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Thabang kgwatalala


I have done everything under the sun....


I’ve made many wishes,
I’ve dreamed many dreams,
I’ve prayed many prayers,
I’ve talked to God,
And I’ve seen,
What I thought was love,
Come and go.

My heart has been broken,
More times than you know,
But I’ve kept the faith,
I’ve held on,
I believed that one day,
You would come along;
My most perfect love,
The beginning of a fairytale,
That will live on and on.

You my love, will always be,
A part of my heart;
A part of me.

Submitted: Sunday, November 03, 2013

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