Michael P. McParland

Bronze Star - 7,245 Points (July 19 1983)

Merry Christmas My Dear


Merry Christamas my dear sweet love.
Another year has come and gone.
I hope you have the brightest and merriest of days,
I still love and miss you so much
I'm sending you tons of prayers and love.

Merry Christmas my dear you are the northern star of my life.
I love you so much life is
dull without you by my side.
But dreaming of your bright smile
and shining eyes gets me through the cold nights.

Merry Christmas my dear a million
hugs and kisses to you.
Have the warmest and brightest if days.
Feel all of my love as I'm sending it to you.
I love and I miss you my sweet angel dove.

ILYF KP

Submitted: Thursday, December 25, 2014

Topic of this poem: christmas


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Merry Christmas Kira. I love and miss you so very much. Have a wonderful and happy Christmas. I'm sending you all of my
warmth and love with massive hugs and kisses just for you my darling one. ILYF

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