Ali Sabry

Rookie - 77 Points (11/8/1988 / Iraq - Baghdad)

I miss you so much from all my heart my wonderful beautiful lady


I miss you so much from all my heart my wonderful beautiful lady, So! I’ll do everything that I can to come to see you again & see you’re an angel face & you're beautiful angel eyes and then you will discover how I love you because you are so far from me & you aren’t ask about me just I always asking about you in all the time because I need you my lovely princess I need you beside me, My love I am insist to come to see you again because I love you so much from all my heart & you are my first love & my last love in whole the world, I will never forget you my dear in all my life forever because I love you so much & you are my first love & it's very difficult & not easy to forget you for moments cause you are my soul twin & I can't live without you cause we are together forever, So at end I want to tell you something that I will come to you soon sailing overseas simply cause there is no impossible & expensive for the love.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 27, 2011

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