Michael P. McParland

Gold Star - 82,670 Points (July 19 1983)

Morning Note 159 - Poem by Michael P. McParland

A very early good morning to you
my sweet Angel dove and I hope
your night has been good
and you have felt all of my warmth and love.
I am fighting my tiredness
and the sadness I feel
and am about to jump into
a cleansing and refreshing shower
to maybe help me feel better
in body as well,
I'm not feeling sick at all
but just sort of blah,
and as ever I wish you could join me
so we could just hold each other
sharing sweet kisses and smiles
with each others company,
I miss you sweet lady and wish
you could be there holding me
as I so tightly held you.
Feel all of my loving strength
fill and surround you.

I wanted to wish you
a very beautiful early good morning
and tell you I love you.
I wish you could be here to share
a beautiful and loving morning
spent snuggling, talking, and kissing
all the way through the shower and after.
I just wish I could spend time
with my beautiful one
and feel so comfy, safe, soothed and calm
being right here next to you.
I pray that soon we will be able too.
So I send you sweet kisses
and big hugs or warm love and caring
and never forget I am right there beside you
so feel my hand in yours
and my arms wrapped around you.
God bless you sweet Kira my delicate Angel
never forget I'll never leave you
and that your Michael is here
longing so very hard to hold you
and be with you forever.

Topic(s) of this poem: morning, true love

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Good morning my sweet Angel Kira. I'm gonna jump into the shower sometime within the hour just to maybe get that refreshing feeling one can give as listen to the podcast that always makes me laugh. I miss you and hope you'll talk to me soon. I love you my beautiful woman and best friend. I truly do to no end. ILYF

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Poem Edited: Wednesday, January 27, 2016

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