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A Little Something To Keep You Going
By L Kingston
Friday, February 08, 2008

Rated "PG13" by the Author.

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A short story written in poetry form about a method of contemplating up a relationship.

I wondered about you. In the process of wondering I curiously thought about all the things that I have experienced with you. Yes, I wondered about you, and all the exciting, and mysterious things that I have experienced with you. As I walked to resolve my curiosity the truth of acknowledging our love had come to light. It was with an settling appeal to put aside the mysteries of how I feel about the loves of our plight.

As I continued to walk I had no choice but to put all of the appealing thoughts of you a side. It was just so that I could collect the true meanings of how our love could further coincide. I had to think about some of the things that made me felt doubtful about the quality of our love. I had to think about how our love was hurt in some of the inspiring things that we never hardly thought of.

It made me think about the many loves of you, the joyful feelings of you, the sorrows of you, the vast, and the vague intimate implications that could subconsciously be of you. All of this was in the true qualities of the love that I have for you, what we felt about it, how you felt about me, What you felt about us, and how you felt about you.

As I continued to walk I decided to think about what made you have such a precious smile. I thought about what made you think so much of joy, and happiness, what made you think so sensuously, what made you a treasure of love and how, and if our love was worth our while. It was at that point, in the intuitions of the love that I have for us that tears came from my eyes. I didn't know, or couldn't fully understand the true feelings of my grief. It was then that realized that it just wasn't grief, but that it was a deep respect, and love that we have experienced that made us felt so meek.

What I then perceived was the only thing that sensuously made me smile, and was filled with relief. It was your smile inspiring upon me the thoughts our love. It had so joyfully let me know that it could be a treasure, and deeply the qualities of a love that's so unique. It was then that Id realized I found my true relief. It evolved from wondering if our love was true to the point that it could be acknowledged as love beyond belief.

It engulfed me with a feeling that was so plain to perceive. It was then I smiled, and softly said I love you with all the thoughts that true love could inspiringly conceive. I thought again, and realized that it was also the gratifications of you that I adored. I knew I had to keep our love assured by telling you sensuously I love you, I love you, I love you, and then sweetly, and gently whisper it in your ear some more.


I Love You.
I Love You.
I Love You,

Then Some

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