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Dallas Wright

Rookie (15 Aug 1977 / Ft. Myers Florida)

We are three


We are three bound by love
one in love with two
two in love with one

two that are together
one that hopes and wishes
that he could be the other

two thats living their lives
and dreams together
one that is slowly dying

two that share laughs
and jokes all the time
one that hurts and is crying

two watch the same sunrise
and feel the warm new day
one sees the moon and shivers

two hold each other closely
and their hearts beat together
one whos heart contiues to break

two that have a chance
one who just wants
his lost love to be happy

We are three bound by love

Submitted: Wednesday, December 19, 2007
Edited: Monday, May 02, 2011

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