Michael P. McParland

Gold Star - 82,677 Points (July 19 1983)

My Beautiful Woman 5 - Poem by Michael P. McParland

Oh my beautiful woman how I long for
and wish you were here to snuggle with on this evening.
I've not yet cooked dinner and I'll
be up to do that in a very short bit
but until I do I wish I could just sit with you
and you could curl up in my arms and snuggle
so very close while I rub your back and stroke your hair.
Oh my beautiful woman I am so tired and wish here
in this early eve I could share kisses and snuggle with you.

Kira my sweet beautiful woman I wish you were here
on this evening just to sit beside me,
right now I feel to tired to read but I would
love to hear your voice reading the stories you've wrote.
I know they'll be lovely and paint a picture so real,
I know they'll grab my heart with joy, sadness,
hope, and all of the things your characters live.
You are an artist and I would love to snuggle so tight
or lay down resting my head in your lap
while you read your writings and I get lifted to heaven
hearing your voice read your beautiful works.

Oh my sweet Kira how I wish I were with you
on this eve to snuggle and nuzzle while relaxing together,
how I wish I could hold you and kiss you
being your warm comforter like a blanket and hero
doing everything that you needed like cooking dinner,
I wish you were here to so lovingly snuggle.
God bless you my dear darling Angel and one day soon
we will have such gorgeous evenings together.
I love you my beautiful woman and want to snuggle
and curl up with you forever and ever,
so feel these sweet kisses as in spirit I hold you
and remember my lady that I'll never leave you.

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

Poet's Notes about The Poem

I love you mega tons Kira and can't wait to hold you and have you read me all of your beautiful writings. ILYF

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 25, 2015

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