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This is to my amazing boyfriend . He's my world. I want to marry him and spend the rest of my life by his side. I love you babe 6.13.2010 till the end of time

The Love Of My Life - Cr<3

© Dreah

You are my everything
My heart and soul
I thought I couldn't love no more
then you proved me wrong
When I'm lost in a world of darkness
You always bring light
You chase away the pain
That I always feel chasing me
You are my strength
That make me get up every morning
You are my hope
When I feel like giving up
You are my healer
You have healed all my scars
and wiped away my tears
You are my beautiful angel
sent from above
When I thought everything was going wrong
You stood by my side and helped me
You came into my life
And my heart you did mend
Your my joy
that fills all my pain
You made my life whole
when it was torn apart
When I found you
You sent me free from everything
Your my heart
That heaven sent
You mean so much to me
Your the only one that adore
You are everything
I couldn't ask for more
You and Me
are meant to be
In my dreams and in my heart
We have something that cant be torn apart
Dreaming about you, makes my night worth while
thinking of you constantly make me smile
There's not a day that I don't think about you
No even one sec or one min
You are the one
Whenever I'm with you I still get butterflies
Having you is the best thing
Having you is the only thing I want
Till the end of the time
I want you to be mine all mine
I love you boo
Your are one of a kind
That's why you stay on my mind
I love you more and more
When I talk to you or hear your voice it brightens my day
I have finally opened up to you
Now I feel I can share things with you comfortably
I love the way you laugh, smile, the way you talk to me
I love everything about you

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Published: 3/14/2011

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We two form a multitude

- Ovid

Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.

- Aristotle