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The first time you saw her, your life stopped, you tell yourself how beautiful she is, and tell yourself how you feel.

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When I Saw You

The first time I saw you, I said you are so beautiful,
your eyes are like the purple clouds of a sunset.
Your skin so soft, like the gentle touch of a rose.
Your lips so sweet, as if they were candy canes.
The first time I saw you, you froze me.
The glare of your beauty stopped me,
as if there was a wall I ran into.
The first words you said were like the
soothing sounds of Beethoven.
I look around and it seems every one has disappeared,
and for the first time in my life, I'm speechless.
Not a word, not a sound.
Just you and me, the way it should be.

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