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This poem is meant for all that have been hurt in the past. Believing that there may be another chance at love.

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Will You Be My Guardian Angel?

Say that you'll be mine
I'm open to hear your voice
Cradle me within your arms
Don't ever doubt this choice
Will you be my Guardian Angel?
Teach me love, guide me along the way
Break down my invisible walls
which are built so very high to stay
You shed a wonderful light
That makes me open my eyes
Teaches me how to trust
For I'm not good with good-byes
Show me how to try
Teach me how to fly
I still believe in miracles
Here you are my Guardian Angel
It's magical when I'm with you
You nourish my soul on cue
I'm filled high with desire
There's no way putting out this fire

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