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Loving Hearts

From the day that I first knew you,
Your heart was pure and kind; 
Your smile was sweet and innocent,
Your wit was well refined.

The sparkle in your eyes was keen,
Your friendship fast and real;
Soft words were your virtue,
And humor your appeal. 

We grew as friends together,
We laughed and shared our dreams;
Along the way a crush or two,
Went unrevealed, it seems. 

As years rolled on, our paths were split,
Our roads went separate ways;
We each pursued our interests,
That occupied our days.

We soon forgot our youthful bliss, 
Of tender carefree years;
We didn't talk or keep in touch,
Throughout life's pain and tears.

Then my darkest hour came,
And tried me to my core;
To save my heart from ruin,
I closed and locked the door.

Then out of every nowhere,
With precise directed cue;
An old familiar smile, 
Came slowly into view. 

Although much time was gone, 
And the die of fate long cast;
It was as if we hadn't missed,
A second of the past. 

You listened with attentive care, 
And reassured my mind;
That loving hearts are still alive,
With purpose and design.

Deep inside I've locked way,
Emotions yet untold;
As time goes on, and bonds grow strong,
They will all unfold. 

So thank you, friend, for taking time,
To demonstrate your love;
It's yet another blessing that, 
I'm undeserving of



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