Treasure Island

george albot


O the LOL is it code for othello,


Does LOL mean laugh out loud, or lots of love?
Or is it shake a stick or spear
Am I that good of a fellow,
Looking at you today you might not last
Six months never mind a year
Does he mean I look old, or does he mean cucumber
(Only half)
Not just for wrinkles'

Although when you'd had a wash;
Didn't look half bad, well good for a shower! !
But fancying you; I thing you can still tell how much
I love you, and on Sunday, wasn't just albert please
To see you, you still do IT' for me
You will never lose IT' and age doesn't change IT
You are beautiful and I adore you today the same as yesterday
You don't have to try to be sexy, you have IT'
But IT' will only ever be mine
XXX
When I see you, or kiss you; you still take my breath away
I am in love with you; not for now, but for always
XXX
IT and me needs to make TIME to come together
XXX
Night night babe
XXX

Submitted: Monday, August 04, 2014

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