Never make love like you have before,
by Rachel Henley
Never be afraid to taste danger,
And take turns to mop the floor.
Never hold hands because it's crowded,
Hold because your hands are lonely,
And take turns to open the doors.
Never apologise because you wish for silence,
Do it, because her tears are too much to bear,
And take turns to say sorry.
Take turns, before someone else,
Comes to take your turn.
Love your other, like the one you take for granted isn't a life time guarantee.
Your lover is and always will be, the purest riches, so never treat her, like she's free.