If...for some reason, we ever have to part,
I want you to know...that within minutes, to you my journey will start.
Because, I am your biggest fan,
I would immediately create us a get 'us back together' master plan.
I would even jump out of a plane,
walk through the heavy-est of thunder, lightning and rain.
Climb the steepest hill or high mountain range,
even hitch-hike, with people...that appear strange.
I would Learn the skills to build a boat,
or become a writer... if what's needed is a well written note.
There are so many things I would do for you,
I would even learn carpentry and carve a Canoe.
I would suffer and take any amount of pain,
if you, is what in the end, I gain.
With a fire...I will run for water,
if something is too big...I will find something shorter.
What ever be or ruins our day,
I want you to know...to you, I will always be on my way.
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