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    dots Submission Name: Angeldots
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    Author: 5secondsforme
    ASL Info:    19/M/Brazil
    Elite Ratio:    3.66 - 6/14/12
    Words: 126
    Class/Type: Rant/Love
    Total Views: 563
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    Bytes: 616



    Description:
       I'm a platonic-romantic cause love has never favored me but I know quite a few people that need to realize that love is right infront of them...soooo here you go.


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    dotsAngeldots
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    In the deepest of night you may look out and see in those stars the eyes of an angel, one who through her stare will bring you joy, one who through her smile will bring you warmth, one who through her breath will bring you the sweetest essence, one who through her touch will graze your skin with the silk of the gods and the heat of the sun, one who with her kiss will bring you love and when she has done just this, you will realize she is right next to you, a sleep in your bed and you will see that she is not a dream, but rather a reality, your lover, your wife... your star in the darkest of night. Your angel.




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