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george albot


1 Can Only But Try


There wasn’t a look it was because you pointed
I thought that you saw someone
But thanks for the ‘’? ‘’ instead of XXX
It always finishes a nice day off the way you like it
Doesn’t it so thanks for that
? ? ?

I prefer to be nice all day
All though my spelling
And grammar is a poor’ Lynn
I still try to do my best

So this is for you’

I believe that the most beautiful
Things cannot be written,
Seen or even touched,
They must be felt
Within the heart
XXX
Night, night babe

Submitted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 10, 2013
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