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in life and in love

As one awakes he or she prepares to set forth in their day
from the next time your loved ones eyes meet we search for the words to say
to walking into work knowing meeting your goals and doing it their way
a quick call or text just to say hi, I love you, or just a reminder...you matter
watched or to be seen as some body when we at times we fill like  the later 
the need to be wanted, to want, to find, to be found, to hear, and to be heard
in a world where not all is as it should be or seen but where like animals we walk in a herd
do this don't do that, walk this way, say this, bit your tongue, resist, it is what it is
look into their eyes, hold their hands, wink, smile, hold and love 
a moment a time weather here or there we find ourselves alone and think...reflect
ten twenty years ago to the years down the road and how much we learned... to neglect 
we smile accept retreat to please and proceed without the care of our needs 
we watch so we don't see we listen so we can't hear we do for it gives us reason...
within our reach yet we...continue this way 
a smile for we know we are grateful for what we have and for curving our needs
thankful for the life we live the time we have the love that is...and our reasons 
hard to let it out let some one know...to find the right words to say...
     
        
    

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