Treasure Island

Nautica Moxley

I Want A Love

I want a love,
Passion, pain, with a whole lot of pleasure,

I want a love,
Stronger than anything,
But weak enough to feel everything,

I want a love,
Gentle, kind, and really all mines,

I want late nights,
Early mornings and long afternoons,

I want that sunrise and sunset love,
The kind of love you read about,
And can only hope to dream about,

I want that you, me and us kinda love,
That private but according to us its as public as it needs to be kinda love,

I want kisses sweeter than honey,
And warm lasting forever hugs,

I want him,
But what I'm longing for is for him to want me,

Only me,
Man, I just want a love.

Submitted: Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, June 17, 2014

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