Oh My Love

Oh my love,
Thank you for bringing me this precious gift,
Life without you my love,
Will be nearly impossible,
I rather stare death right in the face,
Than losing you for more than one second my love,
I feel my mind slowly being brainwashed,
While I move towards you,
I feel like I got a golden handshake,
But it’s just your soft, tender lips,
My heart is beating one thousand times,
At the thought of your affectionate smile,
I salivate,
At the sight of your lips,
I feel attracted to you,
And my attraction is powered by your warming face,
With you,
I feel powerful, strong and unstoppable
Oh my love,
Will you love me back?

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Hey! I'm Oluwatooki-Gbenro-Adegbite, I'm twelve years old currently, and I am an inspirational writer. I write because I get to express thoughts that can hardly be expressed by words. I love writing and i hope you enjoy my work!
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