Joel Roderick Bisson

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Cassandra


That night on that one day
When I met you Cassandra
I was self assured you were
The girl of all my dreams there
I thank the stars in some way
I treasure that kiss Cassandra
How we slept together that time
And waking with you beside me
If only time stood still awhile
And I'd get to know you Love
The way you smiled when you knew
You knew I was falling for You
I know now we can't go back
But if we did would you then
Be the one I've always waited
For you whom I'll write by pen
A tale of what could've been
If only I had made you mine
To ignore A Love would be sin
So this is written over A time.

Submitted: Friday, April 11, 2014
Edited: Friday, April 11, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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To the girl from my childhood who sleep in the same bed as me when we were kids and then we went to highschool together, I wanted to be with her from childhood.

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