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Sometimes in life no matter how hard we try, relationships don't always work out the way we want them to. Yet no matter where our paths lead us, those we love are forever close in our hearts.
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Always Loving You
|by Judy Burnette
In the quietness of the moment
I wonder how you are;
We may be far apart in distance
But from my thoughts you are never far.
I don't know what tomorrow holds
The future I cannot see;
So I will take today for what it is worth
And be glad that you love me.
Tomorrow does not stand apart
a shiny brand new day;
It is the tapestry we weave
Made up of yesterdays.
Thank you for sharing with me
A portion of yourself;
I know you will never be mine
But the part you have given to me
Will never belong to anyone else.
So I will try to live my life
Separated by the two;
Doing the things I am supposed to do
And yet always loving you.
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