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She might love him Adore him maybe She knows this, The voices in her head Assuring her that nobody has ever made her feel the way he does. His touch Gives her this longing Making her want to have him over and over Him inside her, stretching her out His kiss, gentle yet feisty He owns her, Controls her even She hates to think of it that way But the universe constantly reminds her That she is nothing without him Or so she thinks,

He is the only one she wants people to know about when they talk about anything really He must do the same, thats what people in love do A heartbreaking lie she tells herself to fall asleep And she knows he knows She’d love to change him, though she never thought she would somebody she loves. Sometimes, She’d want to make him, fear losing her, guard her fiercely be a bit insecure She’d want for him to think of her as much as she does Want her as much as she does him.

So she sits there and thinks She thinks of how heavenly his scent is, heavenly coz it elevates her, takes her to a place she feels like she can soar. His face, every time he looks at her she thinks, “how did all these end up being mine” His laugh, how it fills the room and that warm fuzzy feeling it gives her Adores him she does. Maybe they’re too familiar to think about familiarity. They are two lost souls who merged into each other completely and formed this powerful energy. Though they would love to change each other sometimes, they are comfortable existing just as they are.

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