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and you will be the ones, whom I love



You give me your power,
what you have,
and you will be the ones,
whom I need.

You give me your feelings,
what you share,
and you will be the ones,
whom I feel.

You give me your love,
what you create,
and you will be the ones,
whom I love.

by Ismet Özce
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Submitted on February 21, 2017

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