Treasure Island

Orlando Belo

(Derby, England)

Let Me


Let me blow away the grey clouds,
so you can see the sky for what it is.
Let me then give you the brightest sun
so you can feel the warmth I have to give.

Let me give you our togetherness
so we think and behave as one.
Let our combined love and spirit
be as a mountain beneath the sun.

Let me show you my love for you,
you are my living dream.
Let my lips relay a message
that must be felt more than seen.

Let me take away your emptiness
and give you an over flowing heart.
Let me show you the meaning of love
that is endless from the start.

Let me wash, dry, and care for you
and be a part of your everyday.
Let me share your loving smile
when you're near or far away.

Let me feel your excited beating heart,
as we caress and touch.
Let me see the love in your eyes.
Oh, I love you so very much.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, April 16, 2013

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