Matt Mondschein

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Melissa My Wife- The Greatest Love


Not a word need be spoken
Nor a touch be felt
Just our feelings communicating
As it was my heart that you held
With the passing of time
I found myself hooked
My breath you had stolen
And my feelings you took
I was yours completely
To this day I still am
Though my soul waits patiently
Till our hearts meet again
A love never known before
Shared throughout an endless night
The greatest love I've ever known
Slowly fading from my sight
Before the dream becomes a memory
Look to your heart
A place I called home
Remember I love you
The greatest love
I've ever known

Submitted: Friday, December 22, 2006
Edited: Friday, February 14, 2014

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