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Your Envisioned One True Love
By MikeC16958 on 01/27/2006
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Written by Maria  (1/28/2006 11:28:13 AM)

such lovely sentiment in this poem

I guess this is mostly about 

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Written by MikeC16958  (2/5/2006 11:15:52 PM)

kissing the one you hold most dear, being with the one you hold most dear. Wanting versus having? But mostly about thinking if the one you're with is "supposed" to be "your envisioned one true love," or believing that they are. Not necessarily dreams. Although it could be about that as well. Either way, thank you all for reading and commenting. Peace!


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Written by maggieb  (2/7/2006 1:07:07 PM)

Mike, go back to "16" first real crush, first girlfriend
and I think you will find what you are looking for in this piece.

Well, then. . . 

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Written by MikeC16958  (2/7/2006 7:54:45 PM)

in the words of Mellncamp, "Hold on to 16," guess that's what I've been doing for the last, oh, TWENTY-EIGHT FREAKING years!!!!!!! OMG! Apologies for that outburst, folks! It's just hard to imagine after conservatively guestimating the serious realtionships I've had in my life up to this point and also having been > thisclose < to tying the knot in my life. Oh well, HURRAY for sixteen, I guess. Hope I never lose him. He's served me well my whole life! :-)

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