David Cadywold

Rookie - 10 Points (1966 / Darlington)

Cuddling - Poem by David Cadywold

We are cuddle, cuddle, cuddle, cuddle, cuddling
We are cuddle, cuddle, cuddle, cuddle, cuddling
Thats what we do when were in bed
We cuddle, cuddle, cuddle, cuddle, cuddle...
We lay together in bliss, cuddles is all we do
we dont even bother to have a kiss
We are cuddle, cuddle, cuddle, cuddle, cuddling
Oh yes
We are cuddle, cuddle, cuddle, cuddle, cuddling
Were all grown up, we cuddle up
We even smile and have a bite
Of toast or cereal and a cup of tea
I dont like tea, just coffee
She likes tea but not sugar free
omg I need another pee
We are cuddle, cuddle, cuddle, cuddle, cuddling
We are cuddle, cuddle, cuddle, cuddle, cuddling
I smell her hair cos its all there
I wish I could say the same for me
Her heads on my chest, her arm across my waist
Her mass of hair is all in my face
And now its starting to strangle me

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Just a daft little poem ditty that came to me.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, September 17, 2012

Poem Edited: Tuesday, September 18, 2012


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