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Author: Timmy S. Edgar
ASL Info:    38 male Melb, Australia
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Words: 196
Class/Type: Poetry /Love
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Another written for the one & only true love

i Love you Heather


Never thought I could, be so blessed
My life’s so enriched & it’s thanks to you
Although our time, it’s not just yet
My love for you, seen my dreams come true

See when I am with you, there’s nothing else
No one, not ever could come close, not one
Cause you’re my everything, my life, my muse
It’s about your heart, your soul & how I love you hon

If I weren’t to be, so blessed to know you
My life would be so dull my girl & so unclear
As you always lift me up with, your sweet love
To me such happiness, enough to cause a tear

I thank you babes, for being in my life
Promise me forever you’ll always be there
Can’t think of a life without you here
To each other my dove, this would be, unfair

In closing this love poem that’s written for you
Know in your heart Timmy is always close & not far
Know that I love you forever & a day, yet eternally
You’re my soul my heart my life & I love you forever

Timmy S. Edgar

Submitted on 2004-03-02 12:22:14     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  there are some grammar mistakes/forced rhymes but...this is really cool. Welcome to the site...
It seems that at least one girl out there has found her true love, so good for her!
looking forward to reading some more stuff.
| Posted on 2004-03-06 00:00:00 | by deadlydarkdevil | [ Reply to This ]

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