Treasure Island

celia hinojosa

(8/24/97 / california)

Her love is my drug


She's amazing like the miracles in life
To me she is a miracle and my everything
I love her so much, inside and out 
She's the reason that my days are made 
Her love is the only love I need in the world 
No one can replace her, she's un replaceable
Her intelligence is the sexiest thing ever
I feel no lust for her at all, just love 
I'm a druggie for love, she injects me with it
Her love is the only drug that I want
No hypodermic needles, just hugs and kisses
The best side effects ever like happiness and smiles,
Like sweaty hands and fast heart beats
it might sound bad but it's the best feeling ever
Butterflies in my stomach when I talk to her
I love her love because it's the best drug ever
I'm a druggie for your love baby and I'm addicted 
Inhaling her scent of her sweet perfume when she walks by is all I want to do
I want to satisfy my munchies with her sweet kisses
And I hope that I make her happy everyday 
Her gorgeous face keeps me going through the bad times in my life
Without her love drug I'd just be left addicted
I am the biggest druggie from her love
And hopefully it'll stay that way because
Her love is my drug.

Submitted: Saturday, February 16, 2013

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