george albot


You are my circle of light


I didn’t have a chance to say thank you
For you trying to lose weight for me
It’s really perky of you to do this
I have told your uncle albert and he’s well please
He hopes that the next time he meats’’ you
You are feeling the pink; he says that’s the key

Better let you get your beauty sleep now
Try not to sleep with your mouth open
Because even flies have calories
Mind you Albert also says he has come’ across
A nice drink
That only has twenty calories

They also say that smiling and thinking nice thoughts
Burns calories
Hope that saves me from the slap
Stop shaking your head, and don’t do that with your tongue
You just know that albert find that kind of thing
Very hard to come to terms with
Any way I think I enjoyed that

PS
Your hand will always and forever be a perfect fit for mine
please don't change that

XXX
night night babe

Submitted: Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 15, 2013
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