Treasure Island

Michael Vestal


How Much Do I Love You?


How much do I love you?
There are too many reasons to count.
Do I love you more than words can say, or even more?
Well, you are the air I breathe that keeps me alive,
without you there is no me.
You are my heart, my soul and my everything
You are like a flower on a rainy day,
when I am down or just not myself,
I can turn to you and you pick me up.
That's when you brighten up my eyes
and show me what love is all about.
You are the only one for me,
you are the only one who makes my heart beat,
Everywhere and Everything I do
I think about you.
You are the only one, who makes my soul alive.
You are the only one for me.
When I see those eyes of yours,
it makes my day so bright,
just like a flower on a raining day.
How much do I love you?
Well it's hard to say,
do I love you that much?
Or do I love you this much?
I just know I love you SO much!

Submitted: Tuesday, December 24, 2013
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