Yvette Marina Nario
A Heart Felt Moment That Slowly Disappeared In Less Than An Hour
U r the man of my LiFE..u begin to Open up the New Chapters with sincerity...take my hand and U will see how we can live in this World so beautifully..let's Open Our Eyes and count the ways in which we can live so tenderly...
My baby; the love of my life. I never knew I would ever see Love again Until G-d answered mY prayer and delivered me the other Half of my heart; my sOul, my baby.
Just as long as I know that our love will keep growing, taking in every morning breathe brings warmth by the thought that U will b by my side till the end of time. I loVe U more than my encrypted words can describe..
As Crazy as I am, I know that there will never be another man who understands me dEeP InSIDE..(just as I in U) ..
So take me by the hand once again and hold it..ahh soo tight and let's hArMoNizE the WoRLD ToGeTHEr AS ONE. I LOVE U AB...
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