How I love you
How I love you
By: G.E. Suchicital
Those eyes, that smile, and the beautiful hair.
Thy lips like wine, and your skin so fine.
Your blond hair so golden and bright.
Makes it as thou you're an angel,
Coming down from the light.
Seeing you smile, within every mean while,
Always comes to my mind even at distances of
More than a mile.
Thinking of you and doing nothing is what I can't bare
But what is there to do when all I can do is stare.
I always loved you even at first sight,
You were always in my dreams in every night.
Knowing you so beautiful and fair,
The one, who I want to be with, to adore, and care.
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