george albot


Kiss or a snog


I’ll try to explain so you do understand
I need a (114 or 115 or 118 and they are
Not phone numbers,
Hope that has made it clear

I have missed you all of the time
But on some days more than,
I ever thought it could be possible
But seeing you tonight doesn’t ‘feel now
Like you been away
You was just on the wrong side of the glass
I really needed a snog, not a kiss
A good snog from you
XXX
I hope that if and when we do again
It will be as good as the feeling
You gave me by seeing you today
It just does not change the way I see you
Or feel about you’
Is it October yet?
Don’t why I said that’ as if I can wait that long
XYZ
Want, need’ having you again hope that’s ok! !
Sooner rather than latter
I’m still in love with you, and I need you in my arms
I hope you still feel the same
Answers on a text post card takes to long
XXX

Submitted: Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 01, 2013

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