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a christmas kiss

Poem by: dreaming of you

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creating a christmas memory

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Submitted: December 05, 2008

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Submitted: December 05, 2008

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our old age reminiscing

will be todays sweet memories

mistletoe and christmas kissing

decorating our first tree .

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hanging up our stockings

late on christmas eve

christmas will come knocking

for as long as we believe .

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inviting all our dearest friends

for sherry and mince pies

the little presents we will send

to put laughter in their eyes .

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we'll dance beneath our fairylights

to a christmas melody

a christmas of such romantic delight

will mean so much to you and me .

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our home will be full of christmas laughter

as the snow falls from above

and every christmas that comes after

will be full of forever love .

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your lips are meant for kissing

and because our love is true

to the lips that i've been missing

i send this kiss to you .


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a christmas kiss

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creating a christmas memory

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