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Undivided love

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TWO HEARTS TWO SOULS ONE LOVE UNDIVIDED A LOVE SO REAL A LOVE SO TRUE A LOVE SO PURE A LOVE SO DEEP, IF YOU ALLOW IT TO IT WILL KILL YOU, IT WILL SWALLOW YOU;IF YOU TRY AND LET GO, SO HOLD ON TO EACH OTHER, DON'T LET GO, BE EACH OTHERS STRENGTH, BE EACH OTHERS HOPE AND JOY.LOVE EACH OTHER WITHOUT BOUNDARIES OR ANY LIMITATIONS.HOLD ON FOR THE BEST RIDE OF YOUR LIFE. TEACH OTHER, HOW TO LOVE THE OTHER, PURPOSEFULLY AND UNCONDITIONALLY WITHOUT DISTRACTIONS TEMPTATIONS, WITHOUT ANGER OR PAIN. BELIEVE IN EACH OTHER THAT YOU WILL MAKE IT THROUGH THE STORMS THAT TRY TO SEPARATE YOU. BE STRONGER THAN THE FORCE THAT TRIES TO DIVIDE YOU. BELIEVE THAT EACH OTHER LOVES THE OTHER WITH PASSION AND DESIRE WITH ALL YOUR HEART. BELIEVE IN LOVE AND IT WILL CARRY YOU THROUGH TO WHERE YOU NEED TO BE. LOVE HER THE WAY YOU WANT HER TO LOVE YOU. LEAD HER TO HER KINGDOM, GIVE HER THE TOOLS SHE NEEDS TO SUCCEED @ LOVING YOU. LOVE EACH OTHER AS IF YOU ARE THE ONLY TWO THAT EXIST. BELIEVE IN LOVE LIKE YOU BELIEVE IN HEAVEN AND HELL; CAUSE It's REAL, IT DOES EXIST. BELIEVE THAT LOVE NEVER FAILS YOU, BUT THAT YOU FAIL LOVE, LEARN TO GIVE, RECEIVE, CHERISH, ENJOY LOVE. THERE IS NO OTHER TRUTH YOUR ONLY PURPOSE IS TO LOVE. TWO HEARTS, TWO SOULS, ONE LOVE. UNDIVIDED LOVE

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Two people trying to find away to save their relationship they love each other very much mistakes have been made but they can't let go.

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Written on January 12, 2023

Submitted by Jessasheart on January 12, 2023

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    This belief in love can save the world!
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