Michael P. McParland

Gold Star - 82,598 Points (July 19 1983)

Night Note 59 - Poem by Michael P. McParland

Dear sweet lady feel
my arms lovingly wrap around
you pulling in close for a tight squeeze.
Turn around and see me smiling
at you as I come down to
give you the deepest passionate
kiss of pure love to be dreamed.
For you and me everyday it
will be reality a plenty.
I so deeply adore and cherish you.
Not getting much more than
light rest and dreading the
doctors this afternoon for a
number of reasons,
not scared at all just tiredness
and stress make me want to stay in.
I will take strength from the
loving beauty you send letting
it fill me up with patience
and courage in many ways.
I wish you were here to thank
and hold for actual deep
peaceful sleep in your arms my Angel Queen.

So tired and missing you,
trying to eat but have tons of canker sores.
I so deeply anticipate our
being together and can't wait
to look in your eyes smiling
seeing heaven in them and feeling
truly loved by a woman for the first time.
Being loved for me outside of my
family for the rarest of times.
I know your love is true and feel it from here.
Feel all of mine as I send it
too through the moon and the stars,
they're helping deliver it shining
ever so bright on my Angel Kira
such a beautiful delight.

Now to struggle with eating
then more light resting.
Will you come hold your man
and keep me safe from the frights of my mind?
Give me peace and strength of
a lady so bold and brilliant,
stronger than 99% that I know.
I'm right there beside you
holding your soft hand,
feel my smile and look of love.
Everything of me is for you
and I'll give it all for eternity.

Topic(s) of this poem: longing, sleeping, true love


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Dreaming of you Kira and longing too. ILYF

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Poem Submitted: Friday, March 27, 2015



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