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This is about the love of a life time that cannot return because of love for another
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Lanae, The Love
|by Jason Showalter
The love I have for you
Is Long and beautiful
It knows no bounds
It lives and breathes
You are my all, my life line
you are that one who gives
You share your love with him,
him who shows you love
but he doesn't see you
He doesn't see you for you
he wants you but not for
the reason you need.
I love you with all my heart
and all my soul
I yearn for you to see me,
see me for who I am
the person who loves you
I am the flame you need
You make me the flame you
need but it all means nothing
without the love you bring
I ask you, Bring your love
to me, and I will bring love
to you, for all time, for all of your
life, and for all of mine
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