Michael P. McParland

Gold Star - 82,720 Points (July 19 1983)

Morning Note 161 - Poem by Michael P. McParland

A very beautiful good morning
to you again my sweet love
and I am just sitting here in the quiet
after watching a bit of an
old TV show I quite like even possibly love
and just think of you and your beautiful
eyes and smile and even just how beautiful
you are in total and full.
I so wish you were here to sit with
and talk snuggling the whole morning away
and then as I may possibly go shopping
this afternoon with my mom
you could be with me to walk hand in hand
and spend some time out with each other
walking around.
Right now though I feel so frustrated
and stressed from so much
including this distance and silence
that there is with us and I just want
to be holding you and listening
to your Angelic voice as you talk,
I send you sweet kisses my love
to warm you up and let you know
that I'm with you holding you tight.
Kira please know that I love you
and so truly long to be holding you,
to give you my all and my very best
because you are my Angel so very great,
I ache so much and miss you babe.
I love you sweet Kira and am sending you hugs
with all of my warmth and deep caring,
know that I'm with you the whole time.
Have a great day my dear Kira
and know that I'm with you hand in hand
my beautiful woman because
I want you to know you are truly cared for
and loved and I'm never leaving
because you are the greatest
my gorgeous Queen so perfect and marvelous.

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


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Good morning my sweet Angel dove and do have a great day Kira. I love you so very much and wish you were here to spend time with and hold. I might be going to the store with my mom later but it won't be for a bit. Love ya tons babe. ILYF

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