Stanley Collymore


A Crucial Turning Point!


It wasn’t my intention to fall in love with you or
anyone else come to that, and although it might
sound conceited or even disrespectful to
mention it, it wasn’t at all what I really
had in mind; which was that I was
quite happy with the way that
my life has been and therefore
saw no logical reason for
changing things from the
way they comfortably stood.
But obviously I’d not factored into this
emotive equation the incredible power
of love or the unlikely possibility of
meeting someone like you who’d
successfully, positively and even
significantly influence my
prior and seemingly fixed
opinion on matters of
love and, as it looks,
do so for good!

Submitted: Wednesday, June 05, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 02, 2013

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© Stanley V. Collymore
1 February 2013.

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