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Pascale Ost

(21-11-1970 / Antwerp)

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My lovely lady
I love you so much
I want you so much
I want to touch you
To hold you

I want to walk hand in hand
With you
I want to hold you like the way I did before

I want to make love with you
On a easy way
Not been pushed nor want to push you

I want you
To feel how you love me

I respect you a lot
I respect your soul
I respect your body
I respect your pain
I respect your pleasures
I never will do you any harm

The only thing I want to do
Is to give you my honest love

My soul
My warmth
My arms
My shoulder to cry on
My hands to carry you

Carry you away from all the pain
Inside of your heart

I want to take away these pains
And fill it again with my love
My pure love

A love that only can exist between two people
Between one soul
Connected with unseen wires
Always feeling what the other felt

Feeling the hurt
Feeling the love
Feeling the pleasure
Feeling the desire
Feeling the need

That’s why
I love you so much

Submitted: Friday, July 21, 2006
Edited: Wednesday, August 18, 2010

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