Michael P. McParland

Gold Star - 82,720 Points (July 19 1983)

In The Flesh - Poem by Michael P. McParland

I can't wait to see you
and finally give you sweet kisses
and hold you so close in the flesh.
Finally together with all sad
and painful longing finally over
and our hearts can begin on the road
to truly healing with each other
as through our pure love we work together
providing all of the true acceptance,
support and unconditional love we've so wanted and needed.

I can't finally wait to be with you in the flesh
where true happiness begins when we smile
looking into each others eyes
and say I love you my sweet one and have so deeply missed you
and now I am here and will be forevermore.
You are the one that I choose and want because
you are my Angel and best friend
and I can't imagine and I know in my heart and soul
that there is no better person to love and be loved by
spending eternity side by side anywhere. that there is now
or will ever be as the universe expands.

I love you so very very much my only one,
you are my soul mate whom I adore and will
walk with hand in hand through all time.
You are my diamond and my Queen
who's beauty shines so brilliantly above all
and I can't wait to see that smile
of pure loving light again
with you beautiful face and shining eyes,
to see you again in the flesh
as the work of art that you are.
I can't wait to hold you so close
and tell you that I so adore you
and will never leave you because you
are my Queen and my beautiful precious Angel
because I could never live with myself
having hurt you and there is no such thing
as life without you.

Topic(s) of this poem: true love

Poet's Notes about The Poem

I love you mega tons Kira and simply adore you. I can't wait to see you again and hold you so closely. I hope you enjoy this poem. I love you so very much my sweet lady. ILYF

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