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I cross my heart

even though miles have seprated us, know that i cross my heart that i will always love you til' i die. We tried to not let the miles apart come between but they did so fast and quick that we had no time to even think abouy what was gonna happen next.I love you i always will no matter what.We are know just friends and you will never know the night that separted us, i broke down and cried myself to sleep.It hurts when you text me even more when you try to call.I dont intend to hit ignore but the sound of your voice you sweet voice would cause my eyes to fill with tears.Day by day i try not to think how I' ve changed from the wind that sperated us, I will die loving you. I try to keep my feelings a secret from the world but that night i couldnt seem to control myself.I lost a true love that i wish very much that i hadent.You were everything to me, you and me were truely apart of each other.I cross my heart to try and not cry when i see you and when you are blue i promise to be your friend.I will truely suffer but i believe there is a time and place for everything, why give up a good friendship even if i suffer as the days drag on.I was in the light but now I've been dragged into the darkness by that cold low wind that struck before we were able to think.

Submitted: Monday, June 21, 2010


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