Happy Place


Home is not a coordinate
Home is not a designated location
Home is not an empty space
Home is not an address in a street

My home is you
My home is in your arms
My home is in your mind
My home is in your thoughts
My home is in your heart

Our home is fill with love
Away from bitterness
No room for hatred
No space for anger

You can be as geeky as you want to be
And I can be my dorky self
We live non judging
We live openly
Heart to heart
No secret
Everything on the table
The hard cold truth
The ugly reality

Just you and me
Against the world
You are my anchor
And I'm your safe harbor
You'll be my mind
And I'll be your heart
You speak your mind off
And I pour my heart out

Baby, this is our safe resort!
So don't be afraid
Just let go of what's holding you back
I'm here for you
I'll never leave you

Submitted: Friday, April 04, 2014

Topic(s): love

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