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    I have missed you today with every breath I took

    I have missed you today with every breath I took

    Is it ok ?

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    Re: I have missed you today with every breath I took

    Quote Originally Posted by Volcano1985 View Post
    I have missed you today with every breath I took

    Is it ok ?
    "I missed you today ...." sounds better, but the sentiment is understandable either way.

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