kendyll brown

Rookie (06.07.1993 / california, USA)

feels like forever


when i first met you
i felt like i had known you forever
telling you my secrets
an what i didnt want ever
you listened to me
i bet you thought id never end
who would have thought
we'd become more than friends
over a period of time
i got to know the real you
a boy so caring an gentle
an a heart so true

i told you id never leave
because the feeling i have inside
i know are for you...
an i know you
like no one i have ever known
an sometimes i wonder wat id do with out you
so i have decided
time will answer all
if its meant to be
time will remove the wall
i love the way we are together
you can always make me smile
will it really be forever?
i guess i will have to wait a while
time will reveal what lies ahead
but always remember
what i have said..
Meeting you has changed my life
an i really love you so
an the feeling i have for you
i am never letting go
remember me always
an i will too
i'll always think of me-an-you
-QUAN-

Submitted: Wednesday, October 27, 2010

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