Treasure Island

dennis f. rigdon jr.


Gold


I believe you truely love me and I'm sure you've been sent to me from above. To lift my
Soul. My love you are more precious to me then gold. I will always treasure you
Even when I grow old. I will always love you. I have fallen in love with a woman with a heart of gold. I pray our love
Will never grow old. You warm me up when I'm cold at night. I will love you even after
My dyeing day.'I do' is the most precious words I can hear from you.'I love you.” makes
Me want to say 'I want you.'Every time I hear you say my name. My love is growing with everyday I spend with you. I
Learned what true love is. The night I meet you. My baby, my boo, my girl I want to marry you...........................
All you have to say is I do............................

Submitted: Wednesday, August 19, 2009

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