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Tug of War

Why does our love feel like a Tug of War
Was I that much of a bore
When you walked out the door
All my tears started to pour
so weak I fell to the floor
Let me see your heart to the core
Show me the passion you store
Instead of the deep roar
Let my soul soar
While you take your tour
'cause you don't want me no more...
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I am a 33 yr. old wife and mother of three. My husband was my High School sweet-heart. We just knew we were meant for each other. We've had our tests and trials, which have brought us even closer having surviving them. And did it with three kids! We have a handsome 6 yr old son and precious 2 1/2 yr old twin girls. I am blessed with the benifits of being able to be a stay at home mom. My family is very dear to me. And I love it! I have found writing to be very theraputic for me. I can describe my thoughts, dreams, concepts and reality. I like to write about my life experiences, others' experiences,spiritual concepts, fantasy, love. more…

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