Lauren Thompson


Crush


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Markus is my crush
He makes me turn my head
A sweet word makes me blush
I dream of him while asleep in bed
And images of him my mind is fed
Such devotion from me is rare
Do I know if he likes me?
Spill my feelings do I dare?
For his love shall I beg or plea?
Oh Markus, just say you love me.

Submitted: Sunday, March 16, 2008

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  • Rookie Chan Jee (3/16/2008 9:52:00 AM)

    i think you love your boyfriend very much.you are curious about him.your lover is your passion.if he speaks with you politely, you become crazy, exicited.he is in your heart.you cant seperate your lover.you think about your lover every moment, with every pulse.this kind of love rare in the world.your lover should reply with great fervour.mean now the ball is in your friend, s court.
    no doubt of your sincerey and love.
    you described your love such a nice way.
    thanks
    bye (Report) Reply

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