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This poem is about giving the gift of myself to the man I love, the greatest gift of all.
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I Want to Give You Me
|by Julie Jordan Scott
When you feel lonely
I want to keep you company
When you feel sad
I want to bring a smile to your face
When you are laughing
I want to laugh alongside you
When you are feeling great
I want to be your cheerleader
When you are hungry
I want to make your food
When you are weary
I want to give you rest
When you want to dance
I want to be your partner
When you want to fly
I want to be right there beside you
When you need some loving
I want to take you in my arms
When you want some comfort,
I will bring you soft cozy feelings
When you want peaceful solitude
I will take you to a quiet haven
When you want to feel love like you never have before
I want to give you me
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