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This poem is for any one who has given up hope of finding someone. You just might find love in places you never thought you would.
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New Life From Afar
|by Wolf With The Red Roses
What is this thing before me,
Full of wires and buttons
And lights and things?
What new wonders will it bring?
I tap it here and click it there -
Where it will take me if I dare?
So lonely with life and no where to go.
I'll type on these buttons
And see where I go.
I bounce through this wold of cyber space
Looking for someone
With a happy face.
And out of no where she does appear
Under her face does appear
And all of a sudden my life has new meaning
My mouth is smiling
And my face agleaming
For at one time my soul was dead,
Now all I have is
justonekiss in my head.
I wait each night in front of this thing
For her light to come on
To make my heart sing .
Oh, what a wonderful thing
Made of wires and buttons
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