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Dakota Bordeau


My love songs


I can't believe how Long it’s taken,
or how we got here.
I’ve loved you since forever,
Yet only for 1 year.

I want our lips to touch,
And our hands to hold.
I want to feel your body,
Comfort me when I am cold.

I want to kiss in public,
And not to be afraid.
I want to live together,
In a home that we have made.

In the morning when we wake,
I want to see you smile.
Tell me that you love me,
And that its all worth while.

I don't want empty words,
Or you to tell me lies.
I might seem vulnerable,
But deep down I am wise.

My only dream I wish,
Is that someday it shall come true.
That you will love me,
As much as I love you.

I never knew about happiness;
I didn’t think dreams came true;
I couldn’t believe in love,
Until I finally met you.

Of everything I know and love and treasure,
It’s you, my love, who gives me perfect pleasure.
I love your way with me, your touch, your kiss;
To be with you is happiness and bliss.

As the sun rises in the East,
So the breaking dawn of my love begins,
As the sun sets in the West,
I am overwhelmed with a burning desire.

A desire locked down deep inside,
One that cannot be concealed anymore,
I long for one sweet kiss to quench my thirst,
I long for one tender touch that will last a lifetime.

At the end of it all you are my deepest desire,
I love you not today nor tomorrow but forever,
Till the day I shall die my heart will always beat next to yours,
My love is always like an pair of open doors.

Submitted: Wednesday, December 02, 2009

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