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Two lives entwined

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tulip
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Two children together,
one is my own.
Entwined in a love,
they've shared in our home.

I watch them intently,
they've grown through the years,
together they're playmates,
they've shared many tears.

They're both the same ages,
they're both the same sex,
who would've known,
since day one, they're so blessed!

But now, I must choose,
rip our home clean apart,
loose the love of one son,
just for my heart?
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Okay I understand things a little bit better
now.I will talk to you later.e-mail me.
 
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