Kay Tee


Pure Love


When you love him you know that things could be different. It's pure and it's holy and your souls, they stay innocent. You hand him your worries and he hands you his problems. you know that it's real when it's easy to solve them. Let your heart beat slowly cause the time you have leaves fast. And when you know you have to then let go of the past. The things you should look forward to will come up in your future, you can fill your life with gold and when it happens take a picture. cherish the moments you have that mean nothing because sometimes they are better than the ones that mean something.  Love like you need it and hate like you don't. smile like you mean it and laugh as you roam. Let go of the troubles, set free of the chains, cry if you have to, but feel your teardrops like rain. Let them cleanse you and your soul of what is bad. Then you'll learn to live the life you never thought you had.

Submitted: Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, June 19, 2013

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