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george albot


Undying


I love the way you touch me
Nothing changes apart from it being
Ether hot or sensuous, or both;

Where did this comfort of being
With you come from?

Because these feeling cannot all be part of love
They are too intense my body want to explode,
With the enjoyment,
And that is like that all the time
Two minutes in your company
And I’m like a dog with a bone! !
When you walk towards me today
It instantly made my day better
You shine and when you shine
I tingle with the anticipation of your touch
And then my stomach turns over
I love you
I hope when I look at you
You still feel the same

you are
beautiful and adore you
you are still IT
The feeling that I have for you
Seem to grow more and more
And that’s not just feeling of dinner
My heart is complete
And also do see the love you have
In your eyes for me
XXX
They say that always is a long time
And it last forever;
XXX then you are my always XXX
Night night babe
I really do, do, do, do; love you
I wheelie, wheelie do
XXX

Submitted: Sunday, January 05, 2014
Edited: Monday, January 06, 2014
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