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In life we all makes choices.. what would you do given a second chance...

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I have been loking for a poem to give to my husband I am his third time around and he is my second. We made it 10 years this Nov 16 I must say I didn't think we would never made it but I like this poem Thank YOu Corky Teresa
I really loved this poem it touched me because this explains me
This is beaitiful....

I'd Choose You

You were my choice
Many years ago
We declared our love....
Told the whole world so.

We chose the song
Set the date
To make it "just you 'n me"
We could hardly wait

In life we make choices
Some good, some bad...
Many are happy
While others are sad.

Starting over again
Is after the fact
There is not a way
For me to go back.

Reliving my life
Is something I can't do.
But, if I could,
I'd still choose you...

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