Michael P. McParland

Gold Star - 82,538 Points (July 19 1983)

A Truly Beautiful Afternoon - Poem by Michael P. McParland

What on earth could be better than
being with you enjoying a truly beautiful
afternoon with sweet beautiful you?
nothing my sweet one, nothing at all
and that's why I wish I was with you
just holding each other and hands.
I wish I was sitting right now with you
as I watch YouTube videos.
I love you and miss you and I am dreaming
and longing for a beautiful afternoon with you my sweet lady.

I'd have you just put up your feet
so I could rub them and your legs
getting all of the soreness I know you feel out.
I'd have you lay down on your tummy
and tell you to fully relax while
I rubbed your back arms and neck
to help ease all the pain that is there.
a very beautiful afternoon with very beautiful you
serving my Queen as I want to do.
I miss you sweet lady and can't wait to
give you all of these things and so much more.

A truly beautiful afternoon with kissing and snuggling,
just talking and talking with lots of laughing.
A truly beautiful afternoon with
my gorgeous sweet diamond Kira,
what a wonderful time it will be when we've come back together.
Just peaceful loving and laughter with
the woman my heart and soul so desire.
I love you Kira and long for a beautiful
afternoon just spending time with you.
To give you all of myself and serve you as you so deserve.
I miss you my sweet Angel dove and inside of me
for you there's an eternal flame that burns.
I can't wait to be with you at last my sweet one
and know what it's like to have your true love
wrapped up so tightly in your arms.

Topic(s) of this poem: true love


Poet's Notes about The Poem

I love you babe and I wish you were sitting here with me Kira. I miss you so badly. ILYF and ever.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 19, 2015



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