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My love or My Friend



My love or My Friend
By ssnook2009 on 12/22/2009
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What do you do when your heart can’t decide?
What is best for your body and best for your mind?

When there is something that pulls you apart at the seams
And with all the tearing, you lose what it means.

There is a lesson to learn with every break of your heart
A learning experience from the minute you start

When wanting something more, just isn’t enough
It makes all your dreaming and wishing quite tough

The love that you feel for the one you hold true
Is lacking in areas where the pain is very new

Then there is someone who fills all the gaps
Who makes you smile bigger, and you heart pitter pat

But love is not the biggest emotion you feel
But friendship you desire, and it feels very real

That someone who is special, that closely knit friend
Who will love you and cherish you to the very end

Can the magnets within you decide what to do
Or will it all tarnish and break into two

Will you lose the one you love, and the friend that you need
Will it all fall apart and you fall out of the lead.

Or will it stand firm in the depths of your heart
So your friend and your love will never be apart


© By ssnook2009 On 12/22/2009 12:47:17 PM
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