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Steven Bratti 1980 (Des moines iowa)

Love for me is an eventuality that is measured by eons of lonely hrs sheesh. I can't predict the endless possibilities and all I really know is life is a villain see. I can try all I want, but ill never get to confront the sweetness of your presence. The Innocent of your smiling lips will forever be frozen in still, as I sit here in silence with withering will. You text, I can't breathe and my heart skips a beat as i wonder if today is the day. That my misery will end, and I'll get to spend just a few hours with you, baby. Yet external powers are working against ours, and I'm on the loosing sway. A piece of plastic came between us, and I'm not trying to be mean miss, it's funny. But in the end you can bet my determination is set ill solider on and win the day. No other could appease you, as I'd like to please you in every written way. I'll stand strong and be patient, please GOD let it not be time wasted. Let the light finally see, and let the bonds of loneliness eternally leave me.

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Written on September 18, 2021

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