george albot


Because I Have


Why did you fall in love with me?
Was it because I
Hold doors for you
Tell you are beautiful
And that you are sexy
Make you laugh
My confidence or
Is it because I pull your hair
And smack your fat ass?

So why did I fall in love with you
Is it because you are beautiful
That you are sexy
You make me laugh
Or your big fat ass?

Whatever the reason is I know that I will
Never be able to ignore its
Chemistry biology or the physics, behind it
I don’t think I will ever be able to explain it
Because I don’t think that the words
I need to explain have being invented yet
I am constantly trying to find that word
That can capture all that I am trying to say and feel
I know in my heart what I’m trying to say
Is that you are my true love my only love
But the words I use don’t do what I’m feeling justice
It like at this moment all that I want to do is brush your hair,
And I don’t have a clue were that feeling comes from
But it is so over whelming and beautiful at the same time
XXX
(Right then, pass the brush duck’ and let’s see if I can straighten
Out them curls)
Back to normal now babe
XXX
I’m in love with every bit of you so close your eyes
And let me hug you
Night night babe or good morning

Submitted: Saturday, April 06, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 10, 2013
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