Marie annette


Love Story


Ill love you as much as Lancelot loved Guinevere
As much as Peter loved Wendy
And I would give you the moon and the stars if I had the chance
Because I love you
As much as Romeo loved Juliet
As much as Cinderella loved her Prince Charming
And I would give you the sky if I had the chance
And I will always love you
Like Snape will Always love Lily
And Carl will always love Ellie
And I would sail the sea just to be with you
Like Odysseus and Penelope
Or like Westly and Buttercup
Because I love you like the ocean loves the shore and I will never stop like the ocean never stops trying to kiss the shore
And like Sleeping Beauty I will wait a hundred years for you
And like Belle I will not love you for your looks but I will love You
I will love you like the Doctor loves River
I will love you like Watson loves Sherlock
Because you complete me
You are Harry potter and I am Ginny Weasly
You make all the pains of the world disappear
And when I see you my heart skips a beat
And my insides melt
So together let's go and make our own love story

Submitted: Saturday, September 14, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 16, 2013

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