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I finally received a picture of my love via snail mail. Her soul is the most beautiful of any person I have ever known. I was most pleased to find that her physical beauty matches her inner beauty. This is for my soulmate, Kari...
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The birds chirping happily each morning,
The scent of rain on a gentle breeze,
A chittering squirrel building his home,
The rustling of leaves in a forest of trees,
Fluffy white clouds sailing the sky,
The innocent laughter of a playing child,
A skein of geese winging their way south,
A pack of wolves running free and wild,
The rising sun staining the world red,
The grass glittering with morning dew,
A field full of swaying wildflowers,
All of these things remind me of you.
Around me is all the beauty of nature,
Everywhere I look, but still cannot see
Anything in all God's creation
That is more beautiful than you to me.
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