Michael P. McParland

Gold Star - 82,595 Points (July 19 1983)

Love Note 324 - Poem by Michael P. McParland

Good afternoon and close
to early evening sweet Kira I love,
once again it's about time
to prepare dinner and I wish you were here,
a stir fry for you my girl
so beautiful and so very good,
I know you would love it
because it would be special for you.

Sorry I didn't write again
a bit sooner my darling
my nephew was using my computer
to practice his typing.
I was as always send my
warmth and deep loving
to give you a smile so bright and shining.
I love you sweet Kira
you are truly amazing and gorgeous,
I want to hold you in my arms
forever and ever.

A good late afternoon
and almost early evening
my sweet darling and precious Kira
I wish you were here
to have fun talking
while we prepare this dinner
and then give me the honor
of seeing you enjoy it.
Doing those little things
for my Angel will make me most happy,
seeing that you know at last
that you're truly
and unconditionally loved
and just knowing I've made
a perfect woman so very proud.
Those are the things I long for
and want.

Kira please believe it
that in my eyes and my heart
that you are the most beautiful woman
and only abusive jerks
that like to hurt have said otherwise,
when I've shown my family
and few friends I have trust in your picture
they say with sincerity
she is very beautiful,
I know I am blessed to have you
as my best friend and I pray
future wife my dear darling.
So as I go about this business
of preparing a dinner I wish
you could enjoy here
feel all of these sweet kisses and love
I am always sending.
I love you Kira my precious darling
it's only you I can ever
imagine or want to be with.

Topic(s) of this poem: true love


Poet's Notes about The Poem

I love you Kira my sweet precious diamond. I love you more than any thing. ILYF

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