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Public Form of Affection by Debbie Lacy
One day I noticed an older couple sitting in the park holding hands
With sweet smiles on their faces as they talked over their plans,
He reached over to seal her sentence with a sweet passionate kiss,
How precious it was to watch them, I just couldn't resist,
When love enters your heart there is no imperfection,
All that matters is how you feel for one another, it's okay let the world see your public form of affection.
Now at the mall in the parking lot I couldn't believe my eyes,
This guy and girl were kissing but that was not the surprise,
They were leaning against the car and the girl's legs were held high,
Now there wasn't any shame in their game in the summer heat of July,
Sometimes love can be be so sultry and when you think of discretion,
In their case openly they shared their love in a public form of affection.
Last night my husband and I went out for the evening
When we noticed the table across from us a man was kneeling,
He smiled at her; she smiled back at him with a small white case in his possesion,
Everyone in that restaurant paused and watched awa iting the big question,
How amorously he demonstrated his love for her in a public form of affection.
We never know when love will find it's way into our heart
Embracing it and never letting go is the only way to start,
From deep within you'll know when you've made the right love connection,
Because the world will see it for what it truly is sharing together a public form of affection.