Mallory Stephens


I Love You With All My Heart Forever and Always


the feeling of emptiness
is gone when im with you
so many words to say
the love i have for you
is that only
of the passionate love
that comes through your voice
as you speak to me
never have i felt this way
for anyone i have ever loved
the more ive tried to resist you
you and your thoughts
you and your words
the nearer you draw me in
closer to your heart
you do these things
that make me love you
i promise you
i will never hurt you
or leave you
the day the words
come out of my mouth
should be the happiest days
of yours and mine life
the day those words
come out my my mouth
will be the day
that i truly mean
i want to spend
forever and always
with you
the one i love
you're one of a kind
and genuine
i love you
and i truly
hope that 'forever and always'
happens with you! =]
Just know this,
the day i tell you forever and always,
consider it to be,
my vow of love to you! ! ! !

Submitted: Tuesday, December 01, 2009

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