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Lagaya Evans

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My Love Letter To You! ~God


I want to write you this letter
I've thought about if for sometime
I've set and wondered
When would be the best time

I know you're busy
And you have so much to do
I don't want to be a bother
I don't want to intrude

I've watched you from afar
I need to let you know
I have loved you for so long
I just have to tell you so

I would give anything
For you to love me back
Tears begin to fall
And then my heart is sad

I would even die for you
To let you know how much
I would be beat for you
Would that be enough?

I would leave my home
And go to a strange land
I would do anything
Just look at my hands

I did die for you
I was beat really bad
I did all of that to prove
I love you with all I have

Submitted: Saturday, July 28, 2007
Edited: Friday, March 25, 2011

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