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My Forever Valentine



I wanted to give you something,
to show how much I care.
I wanted to give you something,
that was special or maybe even rare.
I wanted to give you something,
to show my love was true.
I wanted to give you something,
that says "My Heart Belongs To You".
I wanted to give you something,
beautiful like the love in my heart
that grows,
I wanted to give you something,
Fragile like one single little rose.
My love for you will last till the
end of time.
And a rose would only wither and fold.
So I give to you, My Forever Valentine
A single Rose in Gold.

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Written on 1998

Submitted by scottjsd on September 02, 2021

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