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A Husband’s Kiss

His kiss so soft and gentle,
Sending shivers down my spine
I feel the love he has for me
When our lips and eyes combine

His love for me is equal to mine
Joining together like we are one
Our two hearts are so intertwined
I can’t image life without him

I’m so in love with this man
Sharing his love is so divine
His kiss is so wonderful
That’s just the bottom line.

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