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Keith Michael

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(EM) brace yourself


Can i offer you my love in relative pieces. first my heart so i can love you forever. then my arms so i can hold you when you need me and my eyes so i can watch over you while you sleep. take my back so i can cary you to a better life on my feet of which id walk forever. through insurmountable circumstances and tumultuous peaks and valleys. under a star lit night, my feet, so they can warm you under the blanket we set out on the hill. and finally my lips so we can appreciate our undying love to each other, while our souls embrace and intertwine while looking down on our love

Submitted: Monday, November 26, 2012

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