george albot


Ice and wine


I’m finding it impossible to get you out of my mind tonight
I hope it’s the same for you; I am constantly having flash back
From last Saturday it is almost like you are in the same room
I’m climbing the walls, I can’t control my thoughts
I never been so aroused, it’s like I am reliving it,
Every minute is a different feeling,
Doing this is not helping, go on wiggle your toes! !
Off I go again, what desire I would be having now if
I didn’t have you, in my life I would probably be witching com’ dancing
And listening to Len gives someone a seven
I needed to put that bit in, because I’ve just come’
Back down stairs now
It’s strange in a way, and I don’t know if you feel the same way
But when we are together it seam natural what we are doing
And like we have always being doing it
But like now it still feel like a dream
Have we or haven’t we, If we haven’t I want to
Give it, and make it soon, I know I said I’d wait
But are we there yet’’! !

Night night babe

I’m missing you now, and it’s not in a good way
I love you,
I wish I was your pillow right now

XXX

Submitted: Saturday, October 05, 2013
Edited: Monday, October 07, 2013

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  • Olumide Familusi (10/5/2013 3:48:00 PM)

    Beautiful..felt like this so many times and still do. I invite you to my page to read my recent pennings. Thank you for sharing a part if you! (Report) Reply

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