by Alaysha Kianna
Tuesday, February 20, 2007
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This was written about my very first love. Innocent and pure, I was 13 and he was 15. My mother kept us apart and the night he surprised me at the door when I was 17 was the last time I ever saw him. Had I known the future that night would have ended differently.
You Once gave me a song
that touched my very soul
an impact on my heart, a place
I always thought love could never go.
Torn apart by fate
only we could not forget
the bond we shared in spirit
to have only one regret.
You drove a long way that night to surprise me, acting out obnoxiously you drove all over town. But I knew you, something was wrong. I watched you try and be strong.
Once you could no longer bare
the pain you did not want to share
you pulled aside and wanted my first
with you I would have shared, but you wouldn't let me in there.
your mind held all the secrets
yout heart held in the pain
and on that night the truth from me
you chose to refrain, only years later to explain.
I would have let you hold me
in my last attempt to fight
for the love that I would never again see, after that one night.
You slipped and got her pregnant
you wanted it to be me.
To go back and do it all again
you and I would now be married.
My lone cowboy in the dust
you went and did what's right.
You took me home, and left me alone, I cried for many nights.
You and I we had a beautiful start
and all though together we may never be,
in love we will never be apart.
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|Reviewed by Frank Belzer (Reader)
|i think lone cowboy could be set to music and also become a great song. I think I will work on it and contact the author when it is finished.|
|Reviewed by Art Sun
|a nice work of past memories...
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|Reviewed by Taylor Ryan
|What love you knew so young and still carry with you...enough to immortalize in poetry.
|Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson
|solid in truth
|Reviewed by Larry Lounsbury
|What a picture of a gentlemen, and a loves tender miss.|
|Reviewed by George Carroll
|The love that blossoms in youth is hard to shake,|