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Love

I've been able to define the almost undefinable question...what is love? Love is when you
think about someone every second of every day...every minute of every day...everyday of
every month... every month of every year...and every year of every lifetime. You dream
day in and day out about being with them. When you see that special person you get
butterflies in your stomach and you cherish every word he/she says. You cherish every
touch. When you hug you never want to let go. That my friends is love.

Chris Mangaro



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