Treasure Island

george albot


Munch;


If words could only begin to explain
What it is I feel for you
Feeling that you would have thought
By now would have at the very least
Weaken but one word and I have gone back in TIME
Nothing has change, feeling still so deep and true
My heart burns with the same emotions and passion
Your laugh awakens all that makes you beautiful
I went around the corner and it felt like that I had never kiss you
Everything was the same all the butterfly's my heart beating faster
I can feel you with every breath I take
Whatever was there before I can't remember
One thing that might be nice one day
Is not just talking about how good it would be, we'll have to get a room
And listen to the rhythm of our breathing
As you lay in my arm
And that last line is all that IT "TUCK" to be there; hungry now,
You are my IT; I've never met anyone who as what you have
Or never will
XXX
Night night babe
XXX

Submitted: Tuesday, August 05, 2014

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