By Corinne Davis
When I see you, myself is a glow
My energy surging with nowhere to go
I glance your way and catch your stare,
As I uncomfortably shift about in my chair
This attraction has me possessed
If I’m not distracted, then I’m obsessed
Wouldn’t it be nice, if you and me,
Could let go of fear and be totally free
If this is a gift from God above,
Then why can’t I touch you and give you my love
I wanting for you, and you for me,
Not questioning why, just to be
For some reason, I want to deny
Myself this feeling that is sending me high
When will we torch this passion to feed
So we can embrace our innermost needs
Valentine of My Heart
By Old George
You’re the Valentine of my heart.
For I have loved you from the start.
Have you ever noticed
the morning sun sparkles like diamonds,
upon the morning snow?
For you’re the one true love of my heart.
Beautiful as diamonds
upon the morning snow.
Forever the Valentine
Of my heart.
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