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looking in my wife eyes what do i see

walking the streets
just you and me
sometime's, i fell alone.
but' you are allways with me.
because, your apart of me .
sometimes, i have to stop. for a while ,to catch my breath.
because you take everthing out of me.
but my love for you well never die.i fell you inside
and that make me high.
off of our love that we share.
nowing that god. put you there.
maybe that not fare. but i still care .
you see i'm still hear
my love for you dear.
i know the time is near ,and i now everthing well be fine .
because god is hear
she had a boy
 everything is fine
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Submitted on April 25, 2015

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