Jessica Williams

(September 4,1991 / Dallas)

Your Love


Your love is uncomparable
Your love change me in so many way
Your love has change my feelings
Your love has showed me that i can love again
Your love inspires me and every way
When i see the love you have for me i get stronger
Your love teach me theright way to show people you care
Your love is different it shows true feeling
Your love is passionate and loveable
Your love is very respectful
I see your love when you don't do things I don't want you to do
I see your love everytime we are together
Your love is nothing but true feeling and showing how much you care
With your love can nobody compare to it
Your love is just to strong to let go and somebody else to have
Your love can make somebody go wild
Your Love! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

Submitted: Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Edited: Thursday, May 21, 2009

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