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Cold Winter Night



As we cuddle on a cold winter night.
I see the love you feel for me, as I look into your eyes.
As the cold wind blows, you hold and squeeze me tight.
At that very moment, everything feels so right.
We both gaze into the winter night's blue skies.
As a star shoots across the sky, right in front of our eyes.
I made a wish upon that star in my sight.
That we would love each other forever and for the rest of our lives.
That we would live in the moment forever of the cold winter night.
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Submitted on July 26, 2017

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