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Living On Visual Expressions


Author: SmoothePapa
ASL Info:    24/m/FL
Elite Ratio:    2.65 - 55 /90 /16
Words: 332
Class/Type: Poetry /Love
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Living On Visual Expressions



Lets take a little walk,
Let me hold you by your hand.
Kiss you on the lips,
to let you know I'm your man.
Let me hold you and caress you,
Let me hear your deepest thoughts.
You can tell me anything tonight
I'll listen, go ahead and talk.
Let me treat you like the queen you are,
and give you a bubble bath.
Clean you gently while being friendly
is a deal that's not so bad.
Let me dry you with my towel
then get your clothes so you can dress.
Let me massage your every muscle
to relieve you of your stress.
Let me tell you what love really means,
and the actions I've just shown.
Ive heard the saying love is a feeling,
but that statement's overblown.
Let's make it known
that love is an expression
A.K.A. super verb;
for those of you who depend on feelings
excuse me, aren't feelings heard.
You see I've learned
that love expresses how it feel about someone.
What's a feeling, if it's not revealing
that you are number one.
So here's my point love, L.O.V.E.
stands for four simple words.
Love's definition Living On Visual Expressions
is a lesson you aint heard.
#1. Your man says he loves you
#2. He cheats again
#3. The quality time for you he spends with his friends.
#4. You stay with him despite the things that he has done
#5. There's someone else for you if you'd let him have his turn.
#6. You're afraid to leave because of the time you have put in.
#7. What's the use of adding more when you get hurt in the end.
#8. Just take some time to think, and listen to what I'm saying.
#9. You should know by now that it's not love that he's displaying
So what's ten there is no ten one through nine you should take in.
I hope this lesson was a blessing a second lesson we'll see my friends.




Submitted on 2006-06-26 13:04:55     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  l liked reading this..Found it creative...Thanks for sharing....
| Posted on 2006-06-26 00:00:00 | by Vibrant | [ Reply to This ]


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