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Sometimes we cannot always be where our heart longs to be. Yet if we have shared our heart with the person we love and they have shared with us then that part always remains, no matter the circumstances. If there is someone you love and can't be with them, find yourself in this poem. And by touching yourself, you will touch them.
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Touch Yourself And You Touch Me
|by Judy Burnette
I understand the why
Yet I cannot grasp the how;
But if this is the way you must handle us
I will try to understand somehow.
There is one thing that I ask
As you walk away;
Please create a corner in your heart for me
So at least, there, I can always stay.
You will always be my love
That will never change;
Though we are going separate ways
That fact remains the same.
I know we must let each other go
Circumstances force us to set each other free;
But today, I give back to you . . . your words -
Touch Yourself and You Touch Me.
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