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Cardiogramma



I didn't live for all my life -
Existed… all these years.
And I abandoned hope to find,
Have drowned in my tears.

I asked the sky, I prayed to God,
I had that awful fear –
That I will never find my love -
The one I wanted near…

And I obeyed…
But deep in heart I had a light belief –
That I will meet my second half,
My soul mate my true myth…

I saw the signs – the day was close!
And finally – we met!
Still can't come down my heart and pulse
Such love I never had!

If only poor words describe –
Your beauty and your heat!
Without you – I will just die!
You are in my heartbeat!

Ideal man… am on my knees…
Admire You! Adore!
I am so happy – can't hold tears…
You are my one – be sure!

I do respect your inner world,
Am proud - who you are!
Without you my nights are cold –
You are my shining star!

You are my soul, my life, my love –
You're everything to me!
You are the precious gift above!
The best could ever be!

Can I be honored, oh my King,
Forever to be yours?
To be your woman and your Queen?
Have keys from all your doors?

Can I just beg – to spend my nights
By pleasing you, my Man?
To satisfy your every wish,
All secret dreams and plans?

Can I enjoy your sweetest taste?
Can I just touch you there
Where paradise is waiting me
While our love we'll share?

I dream to be only with you –
So be my one and last!
I was designed – to You! To You!
Please, leave your sins in past…

One hundred years – not enough
For me enjoy your love!
Your tender innocence, my dove,
Enlightens me with love…


I love You!
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Submitted on June 24, 2017

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Hello, my dear readers! My name is Christina - I'm from Ukraine. I love poetry and write myself. Since 2012 I started writing in English - before that I was writing only in my native languages - Russian and Ukrainian. My poems are written in a simple English and are easy to understand. My topic is - Love....Hope you will like my works...Thanks for visiting my page, dear readers!This is the link to the song - words were written by me!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0kSZlbd4X0&feature=plcpThis is a link to a presentation of a poem "I Wanted to Love"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ie-HoafZw68Link to presentation of "Can I...?"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_r4m7lfQ26UEnjoy poetry together with me and poetry.com! more…

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