Michael P. McParland
Snuggle 32 - Poem by Michael P. McParland
As I drift further down to an actual sleep
I wanted to say I love you sweet lady
and I wish that we could snuggle
and I would fall asleep smiling in your loving arms.
Feeling totally happy and peaceful
as I held my lady and shared sweet passionate kisses.
I wish we could share a sweet snuggle
so I could fall asleep with you so closely holding me.
Let's snuggle in spirit sweet one as I
am so very close to fully dropping off now.
I crave you company and comfort
and just being enveloped by your loving spirit.
I love you sweet Kira so let's so sweetly hold each other.
I'll see you in my dreams and we'll
snuggle so tightly there too.
I love you my darling and through all time
ahead of us I want you to be the one
with whom I'll snuggle forever.
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