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This girlfriend sparked such passion in me! I wanted to tell her all I ever felt before was trivial in comparison to her.
All the things I saw in her sparked off so much deep passion. I had to write her this to enable myself to get across to her the things I would be unable to say without being affected by the emotions.
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Things I Love About You
|by Anthony West
which first held me captivated
where I stood.
to dazzle the sun
and warm every corner of my soul.
like a sparkling mountain stream
which flows into my heart.
and the way your gracefulness
takes my breath away.
about which I dreamed
cascading into my face
as you leaned over me.
whose caress I crave
to hold my face
in their tenderness.
I long to have around my neck
as you pull me close
to your warmth.
Most of all
everything you are
changed the way I feel about my life.
I love you.
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