Michael P. McParland

Gold Star - 82,695 Points (July 19 1983)

I Love You Kira 10 - Poem by Michael P. McParland

I love you Kira in a million different ways,
when I say that it even hurts and brings weight
feel no fear for it's not in one bit of sadness,
regret, or some other backward feeling for which I should be smacked.
It feels heavy in the boundless size and depth
of the love I carry for you in its immensity.
Imagine carrying the love of the world within
your heart and body for the most beautiful person
you know and on earth.
That is the sort of heavy weight I carry and feel for you.
Deep abundant true love matched by only you.

The pain that I feel is from my heart swelling with
love and pride at your sight, at the sound of your voice.
Your picture has made me have to sit down from
the longing pain of true pure love that I feel.
In high school the tingling would get so bad and be clear
it got painful demanding I sit to avoid embarrassment.
The pain I feel is need and desire for your spirit,
your mind, your hand for eternity, and hold no doubt
for the magnificent sexy woman you are.
This is the weight and pain I carry and feel,
in pure love and delight I'd give it up not at all.
You're such a wonderful Angel to me and I'm in awe.

I love you Kira and when in my arms I'll spend
days possibly even weeks telling you the ways that I love you
and find you so deeply attractive.
Why I want to be with you forever knowing eternity
for us isn't nearly long enough.
I love you so much Kira and so very deeply,
I send you this hug and kiss with my ever abundant
love and warmth to show you from here my undying passion.
My dear Angel Queen and sweet lady so perfect for me,
I love you deeply and want to hold your hand forever through time.

Topic(s) of this poem: true love

Poet's Notes about The Poem

I'll love you forever through eternity my dear dear sweet Kira. ILYF

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, March 26, 2015

Poem Edited: Friday, May 26, 2017

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