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I wrote this poem hoping to show my girl friend that I hold the strongest love for her that I have ever felt. The poem reflects the things about her that I hold dear in my heart. I wanted to tell her what I feel about her beauty. The thing that prompted me to write this poem for her was the nights and days that we spend together. She has touched my life in such a way to make me greatly look forward to the next day when I get to see her.
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|by Steve Beaudry
Your dark flowing hair does tickle my nose,
after you kiss me when I give you a rose.
Your sweet blue eyes send my mind in motion;
they remind me of the sparkle of sun in the ocean.
your calm gentle voice always brings me a smile;
It is so sad we may only talk for a while.
I want to sit and hold you forever,
for that is a memory I long to endeavor.
The touch of your soft gentle hands against mine
send wonderful chills along my spine.
My dreams to be with you have finally come true,
For now I will never want to let go of you.
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