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I Only Want You

Paul Gazarkiewicz 1987 (Michigan City, In)

How can I live without you in my life, without you I just want to die. I just want you to be in my life for the rest of my life. I only want to make you the luckiest woman alive. I only want you to be happy. There’s just too much bad in this world as it is why can’t I make you love me, the way that I love you. I don’t want to love any other woman but you.

  You make it so difficult for me to live each day without you in my arms. Since the first day that I met you I knew, you were the one for me. Nobody in this world deserves to be happy than you and I. So, tell me why we should suffer this life alone? Every day I awake with you on my mind and every day I go to sleep just the same. All day long you are continuously running through my mind and I can’t help but wonder how to go on without you in my arms and in my heart.

  I don’t know any other way to say I love you except to show you. Please be with me I don’t want you to be hurt anymore. You deserve so much better in this life. I only wish I could give that to you. I wish I could be in your arms for eternity. I want you to know I’m always going be here whether we are together or not. Know I am always here for you.

  No matter how life goes good or bad, I am always going to love you with all my heart and soul because you are the only one that I want.
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Submitted on April 02, 2021

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