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KNOW THAT I LOVE YOU

Remember that I loved you, When you remember me, Though at times I must admit, We did not agree; But you were always in my heart, Your welfare my concern, And though I tried with all my might, I thought you'd never learn, That I have always loved you, And I always will. Though sometimes our paths will part, My love will hold you still, Cradled deep within my heart, Where you will always be; A bond that can't be severed, Here in my memory. Wherever life may take you, Wherever you may go, Whatever life may bring you, There's one thing you must know, I have always loved you. Remember that I cared. Remember though I made mistakes, I loved and found you fair. Life is a mixture of experience, Some good, some not so much. It's what we choose to learn from it, That gives the added touch; The added touch of mystery, The added touch of fun. The thing that makes life worth it, When all is said and done. Life is like a harvest time. What we sow we reap. We let the straw fall to the ground, And the grain we keep.

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