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The moonlight stands for my heart
You ask me how I love you
I love you so much
My passion is sincere
And my love is true
Just the moonlight stands for my heart
You ask me how I love you
I love you so deep
My passion is pure
And my love is loyal
Just the moonlight stands for my heart
With a tender kiss
You have stolen my heart
While the fragrant feeling
Reminds me of missing you all the time
You ask me how much I love you
I love you more and more
You may figure it out
And you may feel my love
Just the moonlight stands for my heart


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The following comments are for "The moonlight stands for my heart!"
by Clark

now I have 3 notes here..
I am a fan for the works that has natural scenes ..of which they are called in English literature [Romantic poetry].

the second note is the repetition..although you add an xtra new word in the repeated part ..but it is still looks heavy,,,u dont need to change them..just notes to put in mind while writing the comin poem:)

]the 3rd note is..
I dont know how to say that but I do not find any clue of how your E-language is non native except in the topic itself..not in the vocabulary but the topic.I know you are talented writer but try to express somethin new about love

all the best

( Posted by: fairgrace [Member] On: February 21, 2005 )

Thanks Grace!
It is really my privilege to have your comments, Grace, so nice! I am learning from them, from you as well. Love to read more soon!

( Posted by: Clark [Member] On: February 23, 2005 )

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