Mleg Star


Do you really love me?


If you really love, will you never stop holding me?
If you really love me, will you carry me when I’m asleep?
If you really love me, will you never stop looking at my eyes?
If you really love me, will you protect me?
If you really love me, will you never stop kissing me?
If you really love me, will you call me “Cutie”?
If you really love me, will you hold me so tight?
If you really love me, will you write a poem for me?
If you really love me, will you look for me when I’m lost?
If you really love me, will you be there for me?
If you really love me, Will you say “I really love u, baby”?
If you really love me, will you make me happy?
Do you really love me?

Submitted: Tuesday, March 01, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, March 01, 2011

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