Black Poetry : L-U-V -OR LOVE

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  1. ShortyLove21

    ShortyLove21 Active Member MEMBER

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    some people speel this word with the letter L-U-V
    but what we share together is LOVE eternally
    you run your fingers through my hair
    the gentle way you caress my thighs
    this could not be L-U-V
    this must be LOVE at its most high
    the freaky things we do while laying in the bed
    your LOVE is so deep that i rest my sleepy head
    i LOVE everything about you
    mind body and soul
    I'll always love you for you
    even when you are old
    i guess i am obessed you are my hearts desire
    i would nothing less than to be in passions fire
    my LOVE for you is strong
    and will stand the test of time
    i thimk about you everyday
    you are always on my mind
    i gave my all to you there is nothing left to give
    you stole my heart from me
    and its you for whom i live
    some people spell love with the letters L-U-V
    but what we have can only be described as L-O-V-E
     
  2. ShortyLove21

    ShortyLove21 Active Member MEMBER

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    Thank you for taking the time to read my stuff.
     
  3. LovelyGoldenOne

    LovelyGoldenOne Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    this is a sweet poem...
     
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    MzBlkAngel Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    like the poem
     
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