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Have you ever loved someone so much that it hurts to be a part?
There love burns like the eternal flame deep within your heart.
Have you ever needed someone so much that without them you just cry?
Like a love that last forever and will never die.
Have you ever wanted someone so much that they never leave your mind?
As if to be with them some how stops all time.
Have you ever found someone that is truly your best friend?
Someone who always has the time with you to spend.
Have you ever found someone that makes your heart race?
Just thinking of her kiss and the way that she tastes.
Have you ever found a girl who tastes like a sweet peach?
A girl who with one look can stop your speech.
Have you ever found a women who will give her heart to you?
A women who will promises to always be true.
I found this women who i thought was just a dream.
Now i know what true love is i know just what they mean.
Many poets talk of women and compair them to many things.
Like the beauty of a flower or the song that a bird sings.
But she is so wonderful that nothing ive experienced can even compair.
To the way she feels when shes in my arms and just knowing she is there.
So as i finish this i would just like to say.
Deanna i love you more each and every day.
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