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When I first met you

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Introduction

´╗┐When I first met you I felt like I had known you forever, telling you my secrets and what I didn't want ever. you listened to me I bet you thought I'd never end, who would have thought we would become more than just friends. Over a period of time, I got to know the real you. A boy so caring and gentle, with a heart so true. You've survived your life with hurt and loneliness by your side. ...read more.

Middle

Will it ever really be forever? I guess I will have to wait awhile. Time will reveal, what lies ahead but always remember what I have said. Meeting you has changed my life and I really love you so, the feelings I feel for you I am never letting go. Remember me always and I will too. I always think of me and you. I thought of you today but that?s nothing new I thought about you yesterday and the day before that too for every day good or bad you'll always be in my head I hope you've ...read more.

Conclusion

everything I need and everything to me you know exactly who you are and what you want to be you always make me smile just by being there I hope you know how much I really do care every time I think of you my stomach seems to twist This is why I love you, I?ve made a huge list the list goes on forever and never will it end neither will our relationship you'll always be my friend not just a simple friend but a special friend at that I want to spend my whole life with you ...read more.

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