Michael P. McParland

Gold Star - 82,638 Points (July 19 1983)

Warmth 4 - Poem by Michael P. McParland

Sweet dear as I was just taking a short and light rest
once again the nightmares came and haunted me.
Thankfully I finally awoke from one and feel
shaken a bit my love will you reach out your arms
and hold me tight while the shivers pass?
I'm still feel shaky dear and want to hold you near,
I'm reaching out sweet love to pull you in so close
until these icky hanging feeling let me go.
Then we can just snuggle up in warmth
and watch a film or read.
Kira dear your warmth means the world to me.

Sweet Kira will you wrap me in your warmth
while these nightmares fully pass?
Your warmth is so Angelic and fills me with such light,
my heart beats with such hope and overflowing love,
Kira dear your warmth is the most loving
thing and power I have ever known.
I'm reaching out to hold you close and beat
all the nightmares down.
I'm reaching out because you are the best
and the Angel I adore.

Kira I can always feel your deep loving warmth
and I'm so thankful that you're there,
but at times like this I need that extra bit and
I ask if you'll hold me close.
Comfort me from these nightmares that are hanging over
I know you know just how bad they get.
Kira I need your warmth it is the best there is
and I'm reaching out to take your hand because
I know you'll hold me tight.
I love you Kira and all your warmth the most
cozy and loving thing there is and it will help
these nightmares pass because you are my Angel strong.

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


Poet's Notes about The Poem

I love you sweet Kira and hold me so tight in spirit. Woke up from bad nightmares and need your Angelic warmth. Thank you babe for everything. ILYF

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 26, 2015

Poem Edited: Friday, December 23, 2016


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