george albot


Near or far


And as we stood by the open gate
We both face the roaring wind
With lips full of our stolen passion
With passion full of our eternal hope,

In hand in hand with the dreams of love
A love to last and never be done
Hearts that will burst with the hottest of fire
Let me fuel feed your deepest desire

Let my love be felt in you listening ear
I love you, I love you I love you
Never to leave you
But again with so little
Time to spare
The words to be uttered
I love you I love you I love you
With all my heart I swear
Hold onto the breath I breathed
And feel my every sigh
It isn't the talk of I love you
You can hear
Just the voice of the heart
That cannot lie
XXX
You are the urge I cannot live without nor deny
I love you I love you until I die
XXX
Night night babe
I'm going to bed
831,831,831 so you know
XXX

Submitted: Saturday, August 16, 2014

Topic(s): art


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