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george albot


Kiss me,


When you lay in my arms,
Give me one more kiss
As you close your eyes.

Let me hug you, and say thank you
Because you are the woman, that as taught
Me to love, and to feel the thing that I never felt before

And I hope that I will make you happy
When you are in my arms
Let me snuggle you, let me take you to a place
Where you are so comfortable
P, S
And if you are a good girl tomorrow
I am going to give you my best kiss,
I just hope that you can handle it
The only trouble is you will not
See it coming! !
,

Submitted: Sunday, March 10, 2013
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