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Our Love Can Be

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Our Love Can Be

Each and every year, Valentine’s day draws nearer
Each and every year, I can’t see what is clearer.
Not having someone to be with, that special person
Not being able to share, a precious day might worsen.

Not having that someone special, for many moons
Then getting someone, to spend with all my afternoons.
Quite the change, not for the worst but for the better
The way it could’ve went about, her reading my love letter.

This lovely letter letting her know, that she is quite deserving
I see her flaws I see her perfections, for I am always observing.
Why is this day so special, isn't it just any other regular day
Love on this day, is a lovely feeling for some might say.

No clue on how to spend it, although it doesn't really matter
For if I am just with you, our love shall never shatter.
Just this fact of loving you, should be enough to show
How much I care for you, you should've noticed ages ago.

Our love can be romantic, our love can be routine
Our love can just be “I love you”, right on a cell-phone screen.
Our love can be a whisper, our love can be a touch
Our love can get us through the days that we don’t like so much.

Our love can be “I’m sorry”, our love can be a smile
Our love can even be, “I want to be alone awhile”.
Our love can be imperfect, our love can be ideal
But most of all our love can last, because our love is real.

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