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We've waited so long to be happy. No matter what happens to us, we'll always have each other. Even the great God above, can see what we mean to each other. Never give up!

Treasured Innocence

The treasured gift of refined love
I've found in you it seems
Which steals my breath, weakens my heart
And rivals maudlin dreams

With insight captured in my heart
Where fantasies are stored
I see that you and I both have
The blessing of the lord

Who knows that Romeo so loves
His dearest Juliet
Both fated with a sacred love
That neither will forget

We're scripted in each others lives
Where love has been unfurled
And so its innocence remains
The envy of the world

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4 Visitor Comments

Kathy
I love this poem
monica ashley
i love your poem it is very touching, it made me think about what is going on in my life right now. i love poetry and i love to read it. you have everything going for you, the person you are with is very lucky to have you.
Alex
I like you poem very much. It's so beautifull
Shanna
I love your poem. So pure and full of grace. Passion Devine;-)

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