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Passion lives deep within the heart, deep in the soul.
It loves to be touches, to receive soothing warmth.
Passion’s favorite color is red, like a burning flame or love.
Passion offers us a reason, a calming motivation.
It unites and brings people closer, a friend to all.
Curing a conflict, passion will stray far, far away.
Passion can cause a stinging pain, when reminding you of the past.
Or, it may comfort you, allowing us to feel real love.
Passion would never intentionally hurt you, it has no desire.
Occasionally the problem is, “What happened to the passion?”
Because is only stayed in one.
Passion starts growing from within slowly,
But expands through the entire body.