Louis Borgo

Rookie - 319 Points (01-06-1988 / shelby)

It's Everything About You


I'm Infatuation with you let's say we got married
then divorce and let's call it our anniversary, Clothes ripping, eyes starring, Lips cherry red,
eyes condolences almost to death into my soul like a world wind no air to descend,
But my heart can only stop beating when kissing is reap from my lips,

Please may we sit-

As comfortable as in ate bale this scent is heaven sent, craving but yet
trying to keep standard I only wonder do she knows,
Its everything about her that makes me want to be a better me-

Sincerely a stand ovation is need she is my star a blessing to capture


Never mistake honey is not the honey it's the bee and like a crime it's stings
because what I witness you just gave and recipient new live in to me my

Medic has arrive on scent and this is exactly what I need it sweetness let me try to describe

it once more this feeling this passion, this passion will past but of that this thoughts will remain

Like a hat to a heavy accessories now I know that love is more than description-

But the thought it cares will always be as passive as storm and
every raindrop is
Reminder of essential of that moment that pass every touch of bruise of our love
it is everything that words care more value what can I say it is everything about you

Im in love with love with the idea of being in love light and love-

Submitted: Saturday, August 02, 2014
Edited: Saturday, August 02, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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