Treasure Island

Raymond Valadez

(12-21-1982 / Mexico)

happy valentines day love

Let me be concise
And allow you to hear my payer for you at nigh
I pray he takes you every where I wouldn’t
I pray he buys you every thing I couln’t
May he always places you above
Because i coulnt give you anything but love

Let me be concise
And allow you to know all the things you never knew
That every where I went my lips would drip of you
That I would go hungry so I could give to you
That the moments I spent waiting for you where all so very tough
But it was not enough
Because I couldn’t give you anything but love

Le me be concise
And tell you what is in my heart today
That I live in my past because it’s the only place I could see your face
That I wait for you like the night longs for the day
and you image ardently burns all of my blood
but I cant give you anything but love

Submitted: Friday, February 12, 2010
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  • Ezna Stephna (2/12/2010 9:47:00 PM)

    A very emotional poem you is the what all need and without that gift no one can live in this world........poet Valadez you did a very excellent writeup.thanks for sharing your feelings, it really touched my heart...........10++++++++++ (Report) Reply

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