Summer Huggins


Baby, don't cry


I'll wipe those tears away,
You have a smile that lights up the world,
The sparkle in your eye says everything's perfect,
That laugh is what I live for,
Every move is graceful,
Your voice is warmth around my body,
Every kiss is a new universe,
Don't worry about a thing, just stare at me,
This love is burning me alive,
But it's the sweetest burn,
I need more of you,
You're such an addiction, I'll never come back,
Whatever you want, it's handed to you on a sliver platter,
I'm yours forever,
I'm here to please you in your every dream,
This bigger than in love,
I found my light to my happiness.

Submitted: Friday, December 20, 2013
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