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Michael Ernst

Rookie - 13 Points (tucson az)

First And Last


He may have her now
But....

I saw her first
I made her laugh first
I danced with her first
I kissed her first
I held her first
She fell asleep in my arms first

The first time she...
Met someone who did'nt like rocky road ice cream
Saw the pacific ocean
Shot a gun
Went skiing
Rode a quad
Tried deep sea fishing
Bought a house
Laughed on a roller coaster
Got a new car
Took a cruise
Went to Alaska, Cancun, New York, Bahamas, Nova Scotia, Florida, Kentucky derby..
You get the idea, a lifetime of first times, all with me

And I was also the first to
Hurt her
Make her cry
Break her heart....

And I know I'll be the last

(2012)

Submitted: Saturday, February 11, 2012
Edited: Saturday, February 11, 2012

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