Michael P. McParland
The Sweetest Girl - Poem by Michael P. McParland
The hurts of the past will not last.
Your love for me fills the glass.
With great hope for what's yet to be wrote.
Our final chapter is far away.
Eternal bliss is here to stay.
As we live our nights and days.
Through our love escape the rain.
Burning with a passionate flame.
No one else could be the same.
They don't have such a righteous dame.
To take them to the greatest heights.
So strong, beautiful and extremely bright.
They're far too blind to see the light.
They couldn't know what's truly right.
You show me all the things I've missed.
Such deepness felt within your kiss.
It blows my mind to have this gift.
Take me now for all our lives.
Without you near I want to cry.
I want you always by my side.
To have and hold with endless pride.
The sweetest girl of all time.
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