Michael P. McParland

Gold Star - 82,440 Points (July 19 1983)

A Beautiful Afternoon With The Most Beautiful Woman - Poem by Michael P. McParland

How I would love to spend a beautiful
afternoon with the worlds most beautiful woman.
Kira my dear how I wish I could spend this chilly
afternoon coming in each others arms.
A beautiful afternoon here shortly just
spending time enjoying each other doing the things
we most want to do and wholly love.
A beautiful afternoon with the most beautiful woman
I've ever known and she is the woman I truly love.

My sweet dear here in the late morn we could
sit back and read together while we try
this new snack I bought at the store
and then watch one of the many many
movies that I own and I'd let you pick sweet one.
And then around noon I'd cook for lunch the
Chinese food I picked up at the store.
Admittedly it's frozen and is an easy prepare
but I'd want you to relax while I took care of it.
A beautiful afternoon with the most beautiful woman
in the entire world is everything that I want
my sweet Angel dove,
a beautiful afternoon with beautiful you.

Oh my sweet darling Kira I so adore you
and I love you more than anything in heaven
or on this earth to my very core.
I love you so very much and want to spend endless
beautiful mornings, afternoons, evenings,
and nights with sweet gorgeous beautiful you.
A beautiful afternoon like the one fast coming up
today where we could just do so very many things.
A beautiful afternoon with the most beautiful
woman in the entire world is what I so long for
because I love you so very much and want you
by my side curled up in my arms.
I love you Kira because you are the best
and a beautiful life with you as my wife gives
me hope and reason to keep going on in this life.

ILYF KP

Topic(s) of this poem: beautiful, true love


Poet's Notes about The Poem

I love you Kira and want to spend eternity with you the most beautiful woman there's ever been. ILYF

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Poem Edited: Tuesday, March 29, 2016


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