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This is about how an online friend can make you feel so much love. I can hardly explain - but I have experienced it first hand and can let you know it is a wonderful feeling.
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She wakes every morning with a smile
on her face.
She felt his love in her sleep.
Dreamed of his embrace.
Although she's never met his body.
His heart she does feel.
Anytime she has loved before.
Has never felt so real.
There is no explanation for it.
Not one has she yet found.
But OMG the feeling she gets when
he is around.
Although it may end tomorrow.
The memory will not fade.
For in her heart a life long friend.
She feels that she has made.
She hopes it last forever.
She prays that they do meet.
She dreams of the day her online love.
sweeps her off her feet.
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