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I knew this girl all through high school. We were buds, chums, but then one day she caught my eye in a totally different way than ever before. I began to care far more than I ever did. That is where this poem came from. Sad thing is she never read it. I never got a chance to give it to her. We had a falling out just days before I was planning to give it to her. I always wondered what would have happened if I would have given her the poem sooner. I guess I will never know.
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Sitting here remembering when
I saw the beauty rush out like a might wind
I never saw it before or bothered to notice
But now I see it and on it I am focused.
The gentleness of your voice
The way you make me feel
when I see your lovely smile.
The way you laugh and care for others
Even go beyond the extra mile.
I am focused on that
whether you believe me or not
My heart aches for you
And my stomach is in knots.
Now I had to declare,
The thoughts of my heart.
In hopes that you'd give me,
A place in your heart
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