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Sometimes, telling someone you love them can leave you with butterflies in your stomach. But if you love someone...tell them. You may be surprised at their response. Sometimes to make our dreams come true, we have to take risks. We have to dance to our own music. If there is someone you love, tell them...and hopefully like me...you can make beautiful music together with the one you love.

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ippie
wish i'd written it.
Marion
This is such a beautiful poem. With an even better and very happy ending! Thanks for sharing it with us!

Tentatively

Tentatively...I invited you into my heart
Questioning...you came;
I embraced you gently in my arms
My heart softly whispered your name.

You came...
You saw...
We touched...
You stayed.

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