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I Agree

I would give joy, romance and support to you,
I don't think I could find it hard to love you!

I say to you that you're allowed to love me,
I break walls of pain with passion and need!

I want to say this out loud - "she's all mine!",
I want to be there with you through any hard time!

you could learn in time and I hope you will see,
I'd take care of you if you promise to take care of me!

I want to make you laugh out loud,
I want to walk hand in hand through a busy crowd!

I want these feelings to stay strong forever,
I hope I'm the one you pick - never say never!

I don't need to play games anymore,
upright, eyes forward, feet on the floor!

I hope me reading this constitutes an agreement...
on all the above and binds you to my heart!

I Agree by pressing the send button...
an intent to prove I'll never part!
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Submitted on February 05, 2010

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I was born in 1978 in a small town in West Virginia. Now days I live and work as a PC Tech in Columbus, OH. I have always loved writing. I started when I was about 10, back then I wrote Rap music! lol But, I grew out of that and now I write mostly about heart break and love loss. Hope you enjoy my poems... more…

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