Michael P. McParland
Snuggle 4 - Poem by Michael P. McParland
Come and join me dear and
let's just snuggle and get some rest.
Let's just pack this day in
climb into bed and snuggle to our hearts content.
I just want to lay down and hold you
while we close our eyes talk a bit and rest.
Come and join me here in bed where
we can snuggle hiding from the world.
Shut it out and turn it off,
while we just lay in bed in each others arms
with big smiles as we snuggle tightly
and talk at length about all we want.
Come and snuggle with me my sweet Angel dove.
I just want you in my arms and we can rest a bit,
I'm tired of this empty bed wishing you
were here right with me in it.
I want to snuggle with my Angel and forget the
problems and the stresses of the world around us.
Please come and snuggle with me my Angel Queen
I so deeply dearly love you and want in my arms
to feel cozy and be warm with.
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