I've been waiting for these words,
It's been worthy of all the days.
Once they were uttered,
My heart was set ablaze.
She said 'I'm ready to do this.'
It may seem such a simple phrase.
One that could seem so small,
One I've waited to hear for days.
This is uncontrollable,
I smile when she crosses my mind.
Thank you God she is mine,
A one of a kind find.
I've waited and now I must work,
To keep this love I have found.
More precious than gold,
From under the ground.
Through thick and thin,
Best friends to the end.
The fruit to my loop,
Will you be my girlfriend?
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