Michael P. McParland
Weeping Heart For My Woman - Poem by Michael P. McParland
My heart is broken and aching.
Weeping for the woman that owns it.
How I miss her, how I adore her,
I lay back here crying wishing
for her words, her hugs, her gorgeous smiles.
My heart is broken into pieces,
it cries out into the midst telling her
I love and need her more than she can truly guess.
She is a gift, a divine sweet Angel dove.
God bless my little sexy princess and little love bird.
My heart sings out in endless want
and endless need of the peace and comfort she does bring.
The times we had and times we spent,
how I miss all the little things and big as well.
All meant the world when with her,
she is my best friend and soul mate
I care for and love in every single way.
I'd give my life to just be with her
snuggled close and holding hands like best friends we were and are.
My heart breaks though because she's not here.
So I lay back with my broken heart and cry hard babe
because I miss you deeply and yearn for you and your company.
You are the one I've loved since I could love,
and it will only ever be you my treasured pearl
I stand by, support, and protect forevermore.
God bless you dear you're my Queen and only one.
My heart is broken into pieces without you
and will not be healed until the day we snuggle up
giving each other our special loving smiles.
Sweet sweet kisses dear and endless warmth,
your forever man is right here for you no matter what,
no matter when because you are the one I fight for to no end.
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