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Saying I Love you

Different people try saying I love you differently, but in the end they all mean the same. At some point it loses the meaning while at others it is distinct and clear. However you say it and whenever you say it, the result is quite magical and you feel you are on the top of the world; the one who says it and the one who’s said to. Some people are eloquent and have a world of words at their disposal while others dread what should be the next syllable to be said. But in the end everything is like a jigsaw puzzle. Each piece fits perfectly well onto the bigger whole. Therefore, these are some ways to tell your beloved ones I love you,

You truly this is to tell you that I love
You that I love truly you this is to tell
You love I that you tell to is this truly
Truly you love I that you tell to is this
Truly this is to tell you that I love you
To tell you this truly is I that love you
To tell you that I love you truly is this
This is to tell you that I love you truly
That this to tell you is I truly love you
That I love you truly this is to tell you
Tell you that I love you truly to is this
Love you truly this is I to tell you that
Love you I tell that to this is truly you
Is to tell you that I love you truly this
I love you truly this is to tell you that

So, you see the permutations and the manifestations of the word – endless may not be infinity though (or is it?).

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