Michael P. McParland

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

Goodnight My Sweet One 4 - Poem by Michael P. McParland

Goodnight Kira my sweet one
I am so very tired let's go to bed
and share a few kisses as we snuggle up.
A few sweet kisses of deep love from the soul and heart
and then cozy in to get a good night of sleep,
or the best I can manage on this night.
come snuggle with me and we'll find
true loving comfort with the one we love.
Goodnight my sweet one I love you so much.

I'm sending you all of my warmth and love
with tender looks and deep messages
of true caring love from my heart.
I'll be holding you so tight through this night,
just rest your sweet head upon my chest
and together in deep comfort
find peaceful sleep in contentment together.
Snuggle to me so very tight
I need to feel you so close tonight
my dear sweet Angel of light.

I'll see you tonight in the land of dreams
where no matter what we can always meet,
tonight just to lay on a blanket in the grass with you
smiling, snuggling, kissing, talking, caressing
and to our deepest cores feeling so good.
Tonight my darling in our sweet dreams
I'll be with you and I just want
to hold you and feel your sweet warmth.
I love you Kira my only one.
This man misses his best friend
and wants her to come back,
I need you so much to stop this aching need
that throbs within my soul.

Goodnight my sweet one I adore you my love
come and let's snuggle to sleep.
I want you so much to know what you mean
and hope you'll very soon talk to me.
Goodnight Kira my sweet one
my heart in full sings out
Kira I love you and you are the brightest thing,
the brightest hope and the most wonderful
blessing of love in my life.
I hope to have eternity with you as my bride,
the most beautiful and wonderful woman
to this man in the history of the world.

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


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Goodnight Kira my sweet one and I'll see you in our divine dreams, I love you darling and I always will. ILYF

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Poem Edited: Saturday, November 19, 2016


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