Treasure Island

Eudora M.A.S.S.A.


My Chocolate Milk


Note:
'Chocolate Milk' is a nickname

I love when you call me hun
I love when you call me sweety
I love when you call me love
I love calling you my baby.

I love the way you talk
I love the way you smile
I love how you effect me
I love how you ignore the 6953 miles

I love how you soothe me
I love how you kiss me
You’re not even here
But I can feel you hold me.

I love our conversations
I love how you comfort me
I love everything about you
I love the way you love me.

I love you for saying ‘when’ not ‘if’
I love you for loving me
I love you for being optimistic
I love you sweetie

Whenever I am down
I start to think
About my baby miles away
About my chocolate milk.

Submitted: Thursday, August 03, 2006
Edited: Saturday, August 21, 2010

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