Tim Holmes Jr

Rookie - 20 Points (1984 / Durham)

That Called Today


My finger made the greatest mistake today

Should have pressed message but love what you had to say

So soft, so lovely, so sweet, so pure to hear

The best melody the perfect music to my ear

This conversation about the New Year and old times

Made me wonder if you truly know these feelings of mine

Its great to know that my words are important and useful too

Should we meet face to face I'll tell you 'I Love You'

It's hard to talk to you and hold back what I feel inside

I just want to confess how I feel about you with Pride

When I think about your dude he should be replaced

So you could be my Sun and Shine love all over my face

He might be your starter but I will be your end

Which is what I think in every message when I hit send

When you read this you are seeing what is in my heart

My only regret is that I didn't act on this from the start

Submitted: Monday, December 31, 2012
Edited: Thursday, January 03, 2013
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