george albot


Morning babe! ! !


My darling babe
You are the deepest thing in my heart
I cannot imagine it being able to beat
On its own without you,
You are beautiful
I cannot be anymore sincere with you
When I say that I am captivated by you
It’s because
You are in my head all the time
You are literally the first thing I think of, when I wake
And the last thing I think of before I go to sleep
I constantly relive the time that we have together
Over and over again
Is that because I am loving you more and more
Sometime I know that my feeling towards you
Are changing and getting stronger
And I know that there is nothing I can do about them
And I wouldn’t anyway

I even think that if I would have known
The effect you would had on me, I would
Have only run to you, I still don’t
Understand why that nothing is fading between us
I just don’t know!
Is it because I have never truly loved
Until you
I do know that I have never cared and wanted
Someone with such a passion
That it feels like my heart will burst
You are beautiful and I love you and love every
Thing about you,
I hope that one day you will know
The depth of my feeling, and love for you
XXX
PS
Better insult you now then my little
Wobblynn suck sorry duck! ! ! !
You just need to eat a tongue sandwich
When you are hungry
Just look at the calories you would save
And I will supply you with as much as you want
And need for as long as you want it
That’s a promise
XXX
give your window a lick

Submitted: Sunday, April 14, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 04, 2013

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