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Ashley Olson

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What's LOVE?


Love hurts
But it should never strike
Love can be lovely
But should never tell you what to do
Love should listen
Not ignore your feelings
Love should be there all the time
Not only when love wants
Love should be special
Not a trip to the hospital
Love is a commitment
Not a call once a month
Love should be happy
No tears should flow
Love should be forever
Not a broken heart
Love is what love wants
But your the only one that controls the love
So whats love?

Submitted: Wednesday, April 27, 2005

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