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Despite our many troubles, Despite our many quirks, We still have enough faith in each other, To love for what it's worth. The acceptance of each other, The faith that we all hold, To love and cherish each other, Is the guidance to our control. I would never give up, The friendship that we have, The memories of each other, We've shared the good times with the bad. Our hearts are always open, To take in each others thoughts, Has helped us come to a resolution, For the many times we've fought. It's not every day that you find, The friendship that we have, And that is why I'm truly happy, That our love has always survived. The pieces of our hearts, Are woven together, With the tapestry of love, Found in the comfort of our shelters. Please never forget, Just what all you mean to me, The pleasent thoughts we share, Makes me want to believe. That the love we hold is precious, It's not clouded by selfish needs, We've grown closer together, Similar to the roots of the trees.
By Jeanie Collitte
oh, how tender is your meaty filling i love your sauce so red and it is the most devine to see you bathed in bread you cause me so to salivate i cannot help but water when i see your tiny cutlet sitting on a platter i have such longings for you you fill my every thought and i would be in heaven if you slid down my throat but i sit here longing for a tiny tastey bite because i cannot get to you at least i can't tonight i have no car to travel there is no order out i have no way to get to you and for this i am to pout i know that you are out there so very warm and good and yet i cannot eat you like i wish i could
By Tracy Nolte
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