Michael P. McParland

Gold Star - 82,751 Points (July 19 1983)

A Middle Night Snuggle Of Warmth - Poem by Michael P. McParland

A few hours of light and somewhat fitful sleep
and in comfort and love sweet one
I pull you in for a warm snuggle
and sweet kisses filled with light.
Something to help warm us and make
us feel happy and light here tonight.
I'm wrapping my arms around you ever so tight,
a weary yet happy smile for you on my face.

As I wake up here for a little while longer
I want to lay here first and so tightly hold you,
then give you a kiss and say I truly love you.
I want to be here with you like this forever my darling,
middle night snuggles and kisses with my sweet beautiful Angel.
Knowing contentment and peace because I am with you.

A middle night snuggle with you
even in spirit fills me with such deep endless comfort,
it helps bring lightens of beauty
in all things before and around me.
A middle night snuggle with my sweet Queen Angel
is what makes everything else in this life tolerable,
to have the love of the woman I so adore
in every fashion helps wash away all other tensions.

After a few hours of light fitful sleeping
I reach out to you for both of our comforts
and wrap my arms around you so tightly
for a comforting and loving middle night snuggle.
Sweet kisses as well with a smile so big,
I love you Kira and you are the greatest woman
and I adore you in full.
Soon my sweet late let's do these snuggles for real.
I want us both to have comfort and the
loving peace we've been deserving.
We deserve to be happy with each other our
best friends and true loves.

Topic(s) of this poem: night, snuggle, true love

Poet's Notes about The Poem

A very warm middle night snuggle with you sweet Kira I love and tons of warm kisses too. I love you my one. ILYF

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, September 24, 2015

Poem Edited: Sunday, April 24, 2016

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