Michael P. McParland
Love Note 339 - Poem by Michael P. McParland
Good afternoon my sweet love
and Angel a true gift from God in heaven
and to you I send the biggest hugs
and sweetest kisses of warmth
to say I love and adore you
my sweet Angel dove and forever
I will stick right by your side.
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and first
thing I want you to know is that for you
I am so very grateful and thankful
that you are my lady so special
and I will try to count
so many ways throughout poems
for you tomorrow.
Thank you sweet lady for all you have given
and I will spend eternity thanking you
over and over in every way I can think of.
I love you so deeply and strive
to give you as much and more if possible
because you are a Queen that deserves
the highest rewards and love known.
I give you my life and everything
within me and that I own.
I give it all to you in my thanks
and desire to serve.
I love you my Kira and will always
be here for you and right by your side
hand in hand every step of the way.
Feel all of these kisses as I send them
to greet you and say thank you sweet lady
and know that your Michael is eternally
grateful and forever faithful,
I'll be thinking of you the whole day
and wishing I were with you
and that you and your kids could join
me and my parents for a good meal.
I pray you'll feel all of the
warming love that I send and we can
share a sweet smile so big.
Kira I truly am so very thankful
that I know and love you
and in return have your adoration.
You truly are my sweet everything
and I will forever be here to serve
and support my sweet Queen.
I love you Kira you are amazing
and I take your hands to
pull you in for a tight squeeze
and let you know that my heart is yours
and for eternity yours alone.
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