Michael P. McParland

Gold Star - 82,615 Points (July 19 1983)

Evening Note 76 - Poem by Michael P. McParland

Good evening my sweet love
and I'm sorry I was so silent.
I closed my eyes for a few minutes
and feeling your love and comfort so strong
all the tiredness sunk in
and I drifted off for the last couple of hours.
I can feel you so near
and can smell your beautiful pale skin and hair
and it is making me smile,
I dreamt of you through the entire while.
Just holding you closely
as you sat in my lap with your arms
so trusting and loving around my neck.
I can feel your sweet comfort
and I'm so thankful for that.
I love you sweet Kira you are the
greatest blessing and Angel
I could ever hope for and have
have not one doubt about that.

I am right there beside you
holding you so tight and closely
giving you kisses so sweetly all over,
just feel all my warmth
as I tell you I care for and love you
and will always stick by you.
I adore you sweet Kira and I truly
want to be with you through all eternity,
I've always wanted to have you
as my wife since the very beginning
and I pray each day that you will so honor me.
God bless you my darling
and know that I so deeply care for and love you,
I truly cherish you and our bond
my sweet precious Angel.
So close your sweet eyes and see me smiling
as I take your hand and kiss you so tender.
I love you Kira with all of my heart,
mind, soul, and every fiber of my being
and I will always be with you
because you are my everything
and you are all that I want and need
my sweet divine Queen.

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


Poet's Notes about The Poem

I love you so very much Kira and thank you for the loving care and peace you give me, it fills me with such warmth. God bless you my sweet Angel dove and feel all of these sweet kisses and big hugs of warmth I send to you. ILYF

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 10, 2015



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