Treasure Island

Raymond Valadez

(12-21-1982 / Mexico)

add me to your life


tell me when will it be ok so you could give yourself to me. tell me how long will i have to wait, if it already feels like a eternity. i long to hold your hand and fall in your eyes, to finally find my life. get drunk on your lips so i could pass out on drinking from your kiss. have all your body tell me it wants me, and for me to scream you can have me.

let me tremble when i am next to you to allow you to see my vulnerability. let me stutter when i try to whisper your name and when i mention i need you i need you have it be coated with pain. pain that only you can cause, because i could only live for your love.

yes add me to your life:
let me take part in your dreams, place my loving heart at your feet so our love could be all we really need.

add me to your life:
so i may be your man that way i can exhaust myself on learning what you want me to understand

add me to your life:
so i could make you happy. to feel a love that is ever lasting

add me to your life:
so i can show you what a man can really do. worship you with my life and all my time dedicated to serving you.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 06, 2010

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