Michael P. McParland

Gold Star - 82,608 Points (July 19 1983)

Snuggle 35 - Poem by Michael P. McParland

Come snuggle with me my sweet Kira
here on this Sunday eve.
Come snuggle with me in the warmth
that we feel and in each others arms need.
Come snuggle with me because I need you
and I know you need me too.
I want to lay in bed here with your head on my chest
while I hold you so close rubbing your back
and stroking you long and soft beautiful hair.
Please my sweet Kira come snuggle with me
and we'll forget the rest of the world
just enjoying the true wholesome love we have
and need to share in full in each other arms.

Kira I'm tired so deep inside from
missing you so bad and breaking inside last week,
though mentally restructured for the most part
physically I'm still so badly worn out.
I'm sad and just want you here in my arms
to snuggle with the beautiful woman
I so deeply care for and love in every way that there is.
come lay here with me and snuggle the
evening and maybe night away too.
Please my sweet Kira please understand and feel
all the deep loving care within me and snuggle right now.
Please come while I hold you and tell you
how wonderful I know that you are.
Come snuggle sweet Kira I love and need you so bad.

Come snuggle sweet Kira you are so very
beautiful and cherished completely.
I would never ask you for more
than I would myself give to you
because you are my Queen so very sacred.
I want and need you sweet Kira so please
come and join me.
I just want you to lay here and snuggle
as I tell you I love you
and want to be with you through all eternity.

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


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Please just continue being patient sweet lady. My love for you is infinite as is my patience. I love you and ache for your presence please come and snuggle my sweet precious darling Kira. ILYF

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 25, 2015



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