Sylvia Chidi

Rookie - 47 Points (Germany)

This is called Love!


If our love is born as a beautiful born baby
I will cradle it gently like a mature lady
I'll respect as if a gentleman in disguise
Whose love ain't stamped with a price

So do you want me?
Do you want me?
Utter it loud,
If you really want me

I'll fly across the seven skies
To intoxicate you with my love
I'll love you like no other
Flabbergast you beyond wonder
I’ll walk from one country to another
Swim endless flowing rivers

I'll send you tantalizing infinite kisses
And torture you with loving touches
I’ll send you my love in one piece
Or in amorous fragmented pieces

Just make your wish!
Do you want me?
Utter it loud,
If you really want me

Call out my name
If you feel the same
In all sincerity
Believe in destiny
This is called love

I can’t bear this separation
I’ll plot the longitude &magnitude
Of your location
Just to enjoy some loving duration
With you!

Specify your need
Feed it with a kiss
Call it monumental madness
Call it momentary gladness
So do you want me?
Do you want me?
Whisper it out loud,
This is called love

Copyright 2006 - Sylvia Chidi

Submitted: Thursday, February 09, 2006

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