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We don't always have to have sex with someone to know that they have touched us and we have been loved. Sometimes, even in a crowded room, all it takes is a glance from the one you love.

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This poem hit a place in my heart and it so true about the relationship i am in now. Even though we are in a room full of people and across the room from each other he seems to say I Love You in his own way.

Love In A Glance

Tonight we made a memory
even though people filled the room
We ate popcorn, touched and smiled
there was only two . . . me and you.

I know things have to be the way they are
yet my heart longs for more
You have touched my life in ways
it has never been touched before.

Caress me with your eyes
love me with each glance
You already have my heart
You were certainly worth the chance.

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