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I never experienced life before, I never really enjoyed it until I met Brittany. its amazing what she did for me. its amazing what love does for us.

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I liked both of his poems and find them really touching. Keep it up, they're great

Until You

I never liked the beach
Until I walked on it with you
I never liked the sand
Well, I guess I never knew

Maybe it was the waves
The way they splashed that night
To you I know, it was quite dark
But for my, your eyes provided light

You laughed, you smiled, you were so happy
And because of that, I was too
I never liked the beach
Until I walked on it with you

I know our time has passed
I know that things will go on
I guess I just want you to know
You have made my life so much fun

You can make me feel at best
Even when I'm blue
I never really loved life
Until I started loving you

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