Michael P. McParland
Lying Here With You - Poem by Michael P. McParland
How I wish I was lying here on the couch with you,
there's not a lot of room but that's okay
because we could just squeeze together and be close,
holding you so near and feeling your heart beat.
I wish you were lying here with me resting away
all the tiredness and loneliness we feel.
Just feel safe and peaceful as we lay here holding
each other so very tight and close.
I just wish you were lying here with me
because I want to be with you sweet lady.
I want to have you in my arms healing each others aching hearts,
I know we're the ones that can heal each other right,
I know that we can make through it all
with the bond of indestructible steel we share,
I know we are meant to be because we have such true love
and respect for each other deeply and in every way.
I love you Kira and wish you were here lying
on this couch resting with me.
I wish you were lying here with me so I
could give you deep passionate kisses
and look you in the eyes and say I love you Kira,
I want to be with you forever and ever.
I want to share myself with you
and maybe have the sweet treat in another
poem of which I speak.
Just be close to you and feel complete through and through.
Kira I wish I was lying here next to you,
I wish that you were to hold so close and say
I love you babe you are the best.
I just want you here next to me to give
you everything you'll ever want and need,
I want to make you so very proud everyday
we live on this earth and right into the next.
I want to make you happy and feel complete,
I just want you here with me.
I truly love you so very much
and holding you close is what I want,
you are the one I so adore,
Kira you are my sweet Angel dove.
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