Yor Nella


Come back to Me My Love


My dear, how much I miss
the sweetness of your kiss.
Feeling your lips touch mine
was so wonderfully divine.

I don't know what to say
and really rue that day
when I was so unkind
in leaving you behind.

For I'd been so foolish
to cause you such anguish
on that horrible day
when I drove you away.

I'd love to start again
to make up for the pain
and the awful distress
caused by my selfishness.

Come back to me my love
for we can rise above
that which drove us apart
by just following our heart.

Oh, darling of my heart
let us not stay apart
but let's wipe the slate clean
and return to how we'd been.

So draw close to me my dear
and let me hold you near.
Let passions once more flow
just like we used to know.

Submitted: Monday, March 18, 2013
Edited: Saturday, June 21, 2014

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