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This poem was written for someone who responded to another poem I had written at this site. She was looking for the right words to say to the person she loved. Maybe there is someone in your life that you need to let them know that you love them. Maybe a rose will open up the door for you also. Never underestimate the power of a rose.

The Power Of A Rose

Where do I begin?
You were my very first love
Yet then, things did not work out
But you are in my life again
and now I have no doubts.

A single white rose opened up the door
The love that I had looked for
I have found in you
And now I will search no more.

You say I am your soul mate
I know that you are mine
No matter the distance or circumstance of life
Our love will stand the test of time.

I wanted you to know
Exactly how I feel
The love we share is just the beginning
Because I have so much more to give.

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