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    dots Submission Name: my loving you ...dots
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    Author: magnicat
    Elite Ratio:    4.16 - 4453/4427/481
    Words: 134
    Class/Type: Poetry/Love
    Total Views: 829
    Average Vote:    5.0000
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    Description:
       this is a simple love poem for my sweetest girl, Carol Ann.. i love you so very much..


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    dotsmy loving you ...dots
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    my loving you is like a running stream,
    never the same in one place
    on any given day

    rocks of natural beauty are smoothed
    by the water, sharp edges
    gone forever
    stones are overturned,
    removing stumbling blocks
    to reveal the wonders beneath
    just for you and me

    my loving you is like the beacon
    of a lighthouse,
    knowing in my soul
    that i have a place in your heart,
    a home in your life
    and your home in my heart

    my loving you is being the best we can be
    each as her own, seperately
    and together so strong
    each day a ground-breaking discovery
    of more love,
    beauty surrounding us

    every day a new way to express
    the most precious of all

    our love





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