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May We Be As Meant To Be, You And Me!! by Fred M. Lassonde

May We Be As Meant To Be, You And Me!! by Fred M. Lassonde

You Dear are my soulmate that resides deep within my heart

As ever you shine in my mind and bring me to a place we once knew

Where I found my love entwined with yours from the very start

Yet now, as I miss you, I am still longing to be near you

You Dear Soulmate are my world my forever Love

Thoughts of you are now forever in my mind

I am lost without you Dear, without your Love

Please think of me and may it be in kind

I long to hear your voice as it leaves me in delight

It is your soul that is my companion and mate

Without you my soul mate, my soul has lost its light

Please rescue me, talk to me once again before it is too late

There are so many nights I wake up and long for you

I want to hold you in my dreams to keep away sorrow filled tears

Our love was beautiful as our souls became one out of two

Always my heart is only for you no matter how many years

For even after my death Dear I will continue to love you

Both of us strongly believe in the One who Loves us all

So, if not here, then there where love will always reign

Where there will be no more darkness, strife, tears or pain

Together as a Family we will be as meant before mans fall.

Copyright @2014 Fred M Lassonde
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Submitted on August 21, 2014

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