tanesha davenport


the wish


i wish you were here with me
in my heart i can see
how much you mean to me
you set my heart so free
and i wish you could turn around
and be with me right here, right now
i wanna feel your soft touch
and tell you i love you this much
i wish you could feel the way my heart beat
when i hear your voice it sweeps me off my feet
please dont leave, dont ever go
how much i love you, you'll never know
and i wish you were here
so i can hold you near
so i can feel your touch
oh i love you so much
and i wish i can hear you breathe
while your sleeping right next to me
you turn around and kiss me
because thats the way it suppose to be
i wish i could hold your hand
to let you know that i understand
that you cant always be here
and that i cant always hold you near
but i guess for now this is enough
even though at times it gets so tough
i know one day we will see
that this love is meant to be
[ THIS IS TO THE LOVE OF MY LIFE CHRISTOPHER ARGUMENTI FOR OUR 1YR ANNIVERSARY...HAPPY ANNIVERSARY! ! ! ]

Submitted: Thursday, June 10, 2010
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