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In life, we are occasionally lucky enough to experience an ideal moment - a moment in time when something impresses us so much that a perfect picture of the moment is forever etched into our heart and memory.
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|by Jenn Hodges
A crystal clear moment
Resides within my mind
A strikingly beautiful picture
A precious pause in time
I hear her heartfelt laughter
I see the look in his eyes
Their faces are lit so brightly
In that very moment time flies
They romp like carefree children
And I have to stop and stare
She feigns her death, he feigns to follow
Collapsed in laughter without a care
Fast- forward twenty years
And I wonder where they are
Likely still laughing, loving, playing
Seeking out their special star
I see love isn't Prince Charming
Or being swept off one's feet
But finding the delicate moment
Where best friend and true love meet
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