brian musonda


My Dear


My dear perfect angel my days are so long without you................. My smile is unseen all day. My heart has failed to settle down all day long.... Imaginations about you fill my head all day long.. Hoping that all things go my very way.....that we finally meet...that special moment when we hold hands and look at each others faces and smile... When time seems not to be moving for the moment is just too special................................ When our future stands clearly and colorful as ever or as if we have been there before............ In our hearts certain that this is nothing but true love.................. The felling is like air......... My dear we are breathing the same feeling........ If we breath.......we fly..we grow....we become strong....we stand tall knowing that tomorrow its going to be okay as long as we have each other.

Submitted: Saturday, July 06, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 17, 2013

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Was moved by this special woman who got me talking about love issues.

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