Dear My Favorite Miss

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Failure has taught me this:

Nothing else matters,

That if I could have a wish,

I would binge watch Netflix

Curled up with my Favorite Miss

That needs to remain nameless.

 

I don’t care what we watch,

Who acts the role,

What they look like,

Or how many episodes.

 

They’d just be a good excuse,

For me to truly love you;

Feeling your body parallel to mine,

Our heartbeats keeping

Yet suspending time.

 

Failure has taught me this:

Nothing else matters,

That what’s important are the little things,

Your body heat caressing mine,

Your face encouraging your shy

but most beautiful smile;

All is forgotten, even time.

 

Nothing else matters,

When I see that smile,

As if you’ve been

sent straight from heaven;

What we do; who we are,

What is wrong or what is right in this world;

The pain life brings is forgotten,

A lifetime of worries,

All gone in a split-second.

 

So, my failures have taught me this:

Nothing else matters,

When I look at your face,

I have no doubt in heaven’s grace

Because in celebrating you,

I wish for all others this truth:

To find one that loves you

With all their heart,

With all their soul,

With all their might.

 

When that “perfect” girl smiles at you,

Nothing else matters but being true.

And that’s my excuse to binge watch Netflix

Curled up with my Favorite Miss … you!

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