A love poem to my favorite sweater

I hope this doesn’t get too sappy, but I need to write a love poem. From the moment that I saw you, true love was meant to be. You had my h...
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I hope this doesn’t get too sappy, but I need to write a love poem.

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From the moment that I saw you, true love was meant to be.

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You had my heart locked up, when your soft arms first touched me.

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Your embrace does always warm me, and your beauty is unmatched.

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When we are not together, my heartache can’t be patched.

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The comfort of your presence, sends my troubles far away.

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Every time we’re parting, I wish that you would stay.

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Some feel this love is troubling, that it isn’t meant to last.

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Using wise words from Lee Corso, wait friends, not so fast.

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I need you in my life, and now so more than ever.

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Because the days are shorter, and we’re facing cooler weather.

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I see the way you look at me, when I’ve tossed you on the ground.

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I swear I’ll treat you better, keep you free from lost and found.

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This affair is hot as ever, and I cannot see it dim.

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I love my wife a lot, but I still have room for him.

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We’ve been apart for months now, and my longing for you hurt.

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Lovingly on my body, my favorite flannel shirt.

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The End.

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So, there you have it. Healthy or not, I love my blue and gray plaid, North Face flannel. I actually remember the day I bought it at Scheels. Somehow, it was on the clearance rack, and we have been together ever since.

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I have plenty of other flannels. Some are softer and some probably look better. But this one hasn’t shrunk, doesn’t wrinkle, and goes with everything.

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Sure, it could stand to see the laundry room more often, but lots of days it’s only on me for the first few cool hours. I’ve misplaced it a few times, and I’ve been truly scared that I wouldn’t see it again.

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I’ve accused Sommer of hiding it, throwing it away, giving it away, or even burning it. But I think even she knows now that it’s basically part of the family. I dare not say this in front of the flannel, but I just bought something in Colorado that may make him jealous. It’s early, but I think there is definitely a spark.

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There you were back in the corner, all retro and a goodie. Could you be? Might you be? My newest favorite hoodie??

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