Michael P. McParland
Late Night Snuggle Of Sleep - Poem by Michael P. McParland
As I now fully lay down to close my eyes
come and join me sweet dear.
Let's kiss and snuggle for just a little while
fulfilling a need we have held and we need,
just sweetly kiss and snuggle
before you rest your head on my chest
and we go to sleep in each others arms.
Come my sweet lady and snuggle with me.
I'm ready to fully lay down and close my eyes
and I would like nothing better
than to be with the lady who truly matters
to snuggle with as we kiss then hold each other
as we happily, contentedly, and peacefully fall asleep.
I love you sweet lady come snuggle with me
and set our hearts free to sing with each others.
Come and snuggle with me for kisses and sleep.
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