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This poem was written after I received an email from my boyfriend (we live in different states) that he was going to be out of town for the weekend and that he loved me.
Well, the night before I had a dream about him and when I wrote him back I included this poem to let him know that I always thought of him no matter when it was and that I will always love him.
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|by Fire Dancer
I was thinking of us last night
And the times we shared
How good we were
But now we are apart
Yet we still have our
For in our Dreams we are together
Holding hands on the beach
Talking all night under the silver moon
Kissing and holding each other tight
For no matter the distance
Or the obstacle I will always belong to you
For we are meant for each other
not only in reality, but also in our
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