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I wrote this poem to this guy I've been seeing for a year. We' had augments, but I still loved him with all my heart. So I wrote this and gave it to him, hoping he loved me the same. We have started going out again and I've never been happier. This is to you, Josh. I love you so much.
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|by Angelina Axtell
When I hear your name,
It's so clear that I'm in love with you my only dear.
When I look deep in your eyes,
I know all my fears well not arise.
Then I realize I'm falling in love with you,
I look the other way so I can never feel blue.
I have been hurt so much in the past,
I don't want to fall in love quite as fast.
When we aren't together,
I think about you nonstop,
Until my stomach is all in knots.
You mean the world to me
And that's how it will always be.
Just hopefully, you feel the same towards me...
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