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I wrote this for my boyfriend to tell him how his love saved me from despair. My three year old son had been killed in a wreck not long before this, and were it not for him, I would have completely went mad I think.

Your Healing Love

You are the one
who dried my tears
And because of you
I overcame my fears
You brought back laughter
and restored my joy
I was such a mess
when I lost my little boy
But you came along
as if by fate
And put love in my soul
where once there was hate
You taught me once
again how to smile
And I knew I'd be
okay after a while.
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5 Visitor Comments

MELINDA
IT IS WONDERFUL TO THINK THAT PEOPLE FIND TIME IN THIER SORROW TO WRITE SUCH WONDERFUL WORDS. I WILL PASS SUCH WORDS ON TO MY HEALING GROUP GOD BLESS
D.
It is a very beautiful poem about the power of healing Love. I loved it. Peggy God loves you very much.
Cicely
I really like it was very touching to me.
C
PEGGY,I'M SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT THE LOSE OF YOUR SON,I COULDN'T IMAGINE THE PAIN IT MUST HAVE BROUGHT YOU. BUT I SAT IN SCHOOL LOOKING THROUGH THIS SITE AND CAME APON YOURS AND I BEGAN TO CRY. IT IS A REALLY HEART TOUCHING POEM.
Samantha
This was a good poem! I enjoyed reading it. Good job.

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