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Author Name: Freemagicnumber12 0 Comments
Date Added: October 20, 2004 15:10:50 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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untitled 61
few things are nicer
than seeing her smile
that next morning
when she rolls over
and realizes where
she's at, and why,
and the way she
says "hi" while that
smile is still on
her face. they should
make memories big
enough to keep those
things forever.
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