Michael P. McParland
Under The Covers 7 - Poem by Michael P. McParland
I want you to come join me under the covers
to snuggle and nuzzle pass this lonely day and night away.
We can just bury ourselves covering our heads
escaping into a world we alone have created.
Talking and laughing,
kissing and snuggling till we fall asleep
in complete comfort and peace.
Come join me under the covers and find solace in
our own world that we've created in each others loving arms.
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