Time spent with you flies so fast:
I wish that it could last and last.
Being with you brightens my day;
The world about me just drifts away.
In your presence, I often smile:
Even if it is just for a short while.
When I'm with you, there's joy in my heart;
I dread the moment when we have to part.
You always are such a busy bee,
But you always spare some time for me.
There's always so much that I want to say,
But I often find time gets in the way.
Being much older, you seem so wise:
You're a well of wisdom in my eyes.
I recall our conversations in my head:
All the wise words that you have said.
En route to you, I quicken my pace:
So eager to see your friendly face.
In you, I have such trust and faith;
When I am with you, I feel so safe.
To me, you're like a guiding light:
Like a beacon burning so bright.
To spend time with you, I travel afar;
To me, you're just like a shining star.
When I'm with you, I'm under your spell;
Under your enchantment, I quickly fell.
If only you could wave a magic wand,
And put to right all of life's wrongs.
My mood, you are always able to lift:
For cheering me up, you have a gift.
To me, you are such a special friend:
For me, you'll be there right till the end.
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