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When i Fell in Love

Poem by: mattbbx

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Something i wrote for my girlfriend to tell her how much i love her

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Submitted: May 08, 2007

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Submitted: May 08, 2007

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When I fell in love,
I wanted to be
with you
always;

In happiness,
to smile with you,
and be the one
to pull you close.

In sadness,
to cry with you,
and be the one
to dry your tears.

When I fell in love,
Id will spend my
every waking
and sleeping
moments
beside you

and catch each
moment in its
eternally
lovely
form.

When I fell in love,
Id will miss you
the very moment
That I say 'goodbye'

and in my heart
i will yearn for
the very moment
I say "hello" to you again.

When I fell in love,
all my old hurts
and pains
seemed
lost and
faded
away

and I will be
strong and
brave
once
more.

When I fell in love,
I wanted you
to be happy
always, and forever

and feel like
the luckiest girl
of them
all . . .

Because that's

what I will feel,

when I fell in love,

with you


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When i Fell in Love

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Something i wrote for my girlfriend to tell her how much i love her

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