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One's Dedication

Sure as the wind blows through the air.
It carries my soul which is locked in life.
It carries across many continents just to get to you.
It sours high as an eagle as it crosses many blue skies.
It is there my eyes have opened this day.
That of my true love that waits my becoming.
It is there I do not sleep as you have filled me with excitement.
It is there my heart is not empty in life.
As you have filled it with your love.
It is there I give praise to my father and lord.
It is there he has giving me my heart back to love you forever more.
I will always be faithful to you my love.
And never forsake as he does the same for us.
It is by his grace and mercy to which we meet.
It just wasn't by accident but by him to which we fell in love.
It is with you I lay all my heart.
That of tears, hurt, pain and sorrow I give to you.
That of happiness and tomorrows I dream.
That with you my life will be fulfilled and never lonely.
But that you will kiss that of my heart and make it stronger.
That we might become one in life instead of two.
As we enjoy each others pleasures as we sweat in joy.
In that of a water that falls.
Not of tears but of us making love of the heart.
As we enjoy each others love forever to where there is no darkness.
But instead, a light that shines from with in us.
That reaches all the way to heavens door.
But most of all, we have to seek no more.
As you and I are as one.
And we share love forever in life.
As it is by his blessing that two becomes one.
As you, I love forever more.

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