Michael P. McParland

Gold Star - 82,510 Points (July 19 1983)

Worn Out My Love - Poem by Michael P. McParland

Back from my very long shopping trip
and my love I am plain worn out.
I'm winded and tired I just want to lay down
but if I do I'll be out the rest of the day.
I'm so worn out from so many things
and I'd give anything to be with you
just sitting back and relaxing with each other
side by side and cooling down.
I'm worn out my sweet love and I'm planning
to sort of sit/lay back and drift into
the sounds of blissful music and heavenly thoughts
of you the woman I love and want to have in my arms
through all space and time.

I'm plain and simply worn out my sweet one
and just want to relax with you right here by my side,
I couldn't snuggle right now as you know
how very over heated I get at times
and right now my body is producing heat in overdrive
but we could share light kisses just
sitting/laying here contented and relaxing.
I'm worn out my sweet love and am planning
soon to close my eyes to the sweet sound of music
and dream of being here with you.

Oh my dear love I am so tired and so worn down
and soon I know I'll most likely need to lay down
and when I do I'll be sending all of my warmth and love
while I dream of you being right here by my side.
I love you so dearly and can't wait for that time
when I can hold you so near and close to me
being able to relax and smile feeling truly happy.
Dear I'm worn out and my mind needs a breather
right now and a short bit of rest,
I will write you more later I promise.
I love you Kira because you are the best
and I send you sweet kisses and hugs so full of warmth.

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


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Love you tons Kira. I'm very tired and worn out here and need to sit back and breathe for a short bit. I wish you were here to sit next to me and enjoy each others company. ILYF

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Poem Edited: Thursday, November 3, 2016


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