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The pain of being separated from my husband has been a tremendous burden to carry. I cry myself to sleep every night and dream of better times for us. I often wonder if it is truly possible to leave the past and start life anew.
As hard as I try, I know, that I will never be complete without him. So I sit, and I wait, and I pray that time will bring him home where he belongs.
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I long to feel the warmth of your skin.
Your hand, reaching for mine.
I get lost in the tenderness of your touch.
Your caress ignites my senses, and softly whispers,
I love you.
I long to see the glow in your eyes,
Your stare, connecting with mine.
I get lost in the boundless depths of your soul.
Your gaze frees my spirit, and softly whispers,
I love you.
I long to taste the sweetness of your kiss,
your lips, gently brushing mine.
I get lost in the intensity of your emotions.
Your passion captures my heart, and softly whispers,
I love you.
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