david roberts


My Promise To You


I would take my beating heart from my chest, to show you how much I care for you. I would take the stars from the heaven just to brighten your life in darkest hour of need. I would give you the world, to see you smile. I would stand on top of the world and scream until my voice is gone and I can’t say another word. I would hold you until every ounce of my strength is gone.

If anything would to happen to you, I would cry my eyes out until there is on tears left to cry. If anybody would hurt you, they would have to answer to me first of all, for all they did to cause you pain.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Edited: Thursday, April 18, 2013
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