Sharon Chartier

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My Heart to You


Through the pain and through the tears
We've made it through these happy years
when all is said and all is done
I know in my heart that you are the one.

From the start when we first met
I wasn't sure where my heart would set
It was all so new and so shiny
my heart grew because it was so tiny

I wasn't expecting for you to be the one
but then I knew what just had begun
we've stuck together through thick and thin
and by damn your under my skin

Loves have come
and Loves have gone
and I'm glad that our
Love has grown

For the present time we share
Love is with us and it's in the air
I know it's true and I know it's real
a Love like ours can always heal

For the future who can say
I know our Love is here to stay
So with this poem I do declare
I Love You Michael....be aware!

01/18/2014

Submitted: Sunday, January 19, 2014

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to my greatest love. I decided to write this for my love. I've always wanted to write and I thought I'd start with a poem.. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated

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