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Original Writing Poetry A Love Like No OtherI never felt a loveLike this beforeIt's a love like no other

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A Love Like No Other I never felt a love Like this before It's a love like no other Something I ...read more.


It would never part A love that makes you smile From ear to ear A love that is joyful Without any fear ...read more.


no tears, Pain, or doubt A love with soul So tender and true A love that I have found Only in you... ...read more.

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