Michael P. McParland

Gold Star - 82,618 Points (July 19 1983)

Come Curl Up 4 - Poem by Michael P. McParland

Come my sweet one and curl up beside me
here in bed as I just lay back and listen
to my audio book and check out some random
things on the Internet like stuff on Amazon.
Will you give me the honor of snuggling with
you my sweet dear feeling so cozy and warm?
Come curl up in my arms and we'll just
gaze into each others eyes and share
some deep and sweet passionate kisses
as we get lost in the story.
Come curl up beside me and let's just
cuddle and snuggle for a little while.
I want to be with my lady feeling
the warmth of your spirit and body
as we share some sweet kisses and snuggle
while listening to a great book on audio.

Come my sweet Kira and please give me the honor
and make me the happiest man on the planet
as you slide into bed next to me and curl up
in my arms getting so very cozy
as I look in your eyes and say Kira I adore you,
you are my best friend and Angel and so truly love you.
I will never leave you sweet one
this I eternally promise over and over,
I don't want to lose you because you are my everything.
Please come curl up in my arms and give each other
kisses as we find one of my tons of audio books
to listen to and get lost in.
Come curl up beside me because I want to spend
this evening just getting lost
in the love that we share with each other.
You truly are such a gift and blessing my dear
and I want to hold you and tell you
how truly wonderful you are to me your
ever loving and dedicated faithful Michael.

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


Poet's Notes about The Poem

I love you mega tons Kira and even though right now just in spirit come curl up next to me my dear darling. I can feel all of your caring love and it makes me feel so very good. Feel all of my loving warmth as I send it to you and my arms around you as I hold you near. ILYF

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 12, 2016



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