Treasure Island

Aisha Jones

(August 6,1977 / Washington, DC)

My Love


My Love is you Carnell D peeples
You helped me when I was week and speechless
I can always count on you in life
Regardless the situation I am your wife

When we argue, that's just little talk
But when I need you most, you have my heart
People may say bad things about us
But one thing I know for sure, I have your trust

We will grow old and wrinkle as we age in life
My Love you are, forever and always
We keep each other warm, through time and space

I want the best, and you do to
That's why My Love is only for you
I can't imagine life without you
I love you baby, and I love you too
My Love.

Submitted: Tuesday, October 13, 2009

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