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I came home now from work

by EnMasse on March 25, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Thank you for what you did.
Sometimes you want to say things but can’t.
In my case, it’s a fatal flaw.
I’m clueless on coyness; always have been.
What I do know, is that I wanted to kiss you, at least once.
I wish I had. Beyond desires of like kind, nothing else
really matters because nothing is more valuable than
what fills your heart. Everything else in life pales
by comparison. I did know that, you reconfirm it for me.
I hope you have a nice ride tomorrow, and the day
is cool and warm, at the same time.

:lqp

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