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This poem is for my wonderful boyfriend Steven who is not only my boyfriend but he's my one, true Best Friend.
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You're the one who's by my side
when no one else is there.
You're the one I can always count on,
You always seem to care.
You help me through
the tough times,
and when I've lost all hope,
You cry with me at sad times,
and laugh at all my jokes.
You never seem to judge me
or ever put me down,
You put a smile on my face,
When ever you see a frown.
You're better than a brother,
You're more than just my boyfriend,
You have a special place in my heart,
That's why your my Best Friend.
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