george albot


Now is now


I find it remarkable that in less than a second
Of seeing you, the pass week just doesn’t
Register, one kiss and the stomach is back to normal
I haven’t stop thinking about you all week
The feelings that I have never fade
The sensation of the kiss is still the same
I can still taste a little bit of you now

Even that you have been away’’’
I would have still like to have
Hugged you but I need to do it from the back
Just wrapping my arms around you
Holding on to your neck, turning head
And to kiss you until you know how much
That I have missed you

Missing you is not the best thing in the world
But at least when I do it make my heart
So full of the love


I know that it isn’t easy for you
But it hasn’t been that good for me this time
The only thing I can say for sure is
That ill love you today, tomorrow and forever
XXX

Submitted: Friday, August 23, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 26, 2013
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