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Mohammad Hassan


A part of you A part of me


If I could touch the sky
I’d reach the brightest star
Of which I chose for you,
It’s what you deserve for
Being so wonderfully true

In everything you say and do
In your own way you’ve made
Me a part of you and you have
Become a part of me I’m forever
Happy to have met someone like you

You have taught me how to give
Unselfishly, to love in ways I’ve
Never known before to give without
Expecting to anything in return
A part of you has become a part of me.
And I love you as you can see and feel

Submitted: Wednesday, December 22, 2004

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