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Love is necessary for survival; it’s a basic need all over the universal, Without it we lose the will to live, Our mental and physical vitality lessens, resistance lowers, When we experience love, we glow with a radiance force, Many commit suicide due to lack of love, When love fails, everything comes to ruins, Just like me just a girl in the movie, my life was unstable, I had so many ups and downs, My life was jammed with bitterness and disappointments, My heart filled with many patches, the man I loved hurted me so badly, He left me totally damaged; I lost the will to live, I was standing in a bridge; I had decided to end my life, If it weren’t for that man from nowhere, the man with blue eyes, “Alexander” the man, who brought sense to my mind, He tooked me from hell to paradise, he completely changed my life, His love restored my life, his love worked miracles, He too has deficiencies, but am not going to any corrections, For me, he is my super hero, He would be the antagonist if it was a movie, He is always supportive; he showed me the meaning of love, I don’t have to grabble with questions of life anymore, For my hero got it all, When world strikes fear to my heart, My hero got it all under control, If there is a person who knows me better, “Alexander” the man, who makes it all lighter, He makes all the difference, Am the stones, he is the fire, He is tender and considerate, His love is genuine and unconditional, In anything he got my whole heart approval, He is so invaded in my heart, that I can never tore him apart

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