george albot


tongue in?


Empty is my heart before it sees you in the morning
Lost is my soul before it sees your face
Silence is my hears before the sound of your voice
Empty will my life be until you return


We all enter this world on our own
And we will leave the same way
The only thing we take is the memories
We have made
No one can ever take them away
From me, ’

I love you
XXX

See you soon; in fact I’ll see you in
A bout 312 Hours
Look at that it’s a lot less now


Do me a favor while you’re away
Look in to my eyes, and push on to my thighs
Feel me,
Not so empty now
Night night or good morning babe
XXX
I’m ordering you not to miss me, too much
And I am telling you to enjoy your self
So at least your great great great grand daughter
Can have nice memories

But what I would like if possible is
A heart shaped stone off the beach
When you are thinking of me

I did wave to you today as you were going
I hope you saw me; I just didn’t want the rest to see me
You’ll see my car tomorrow when you go home
You don’t have to stop if it hurts
See you when you get back
I’ll miss you
XXX

Submitted: Friday, July 19, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 23, 2013

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