Ina Gabrielsen


First love Poem by Ina Gabrielsen


A book is closed
and a new one's opened
but the difference is
you're not there

along with my memories
you're standing there
but only in my mind, dreams and thoughts

There is a chance
that I'll never see you again
that's why I hope
that I'll see you once more

The summer is comming
and the months is closing up
a new school
a new life
and new friends

but there's one thing you'll never know about me
a deep and personal secret
A secret I've been carrying around with me
for the last four years

The secret I have kept from you
isn't horrible
isn't bad
but it has hurt me so badly not dearing to tell you
The secret is

you're my first love
my only love
my true love
my deepest love
you will always have a place in my heart
and I hope you'll end up happy

I know that if I'll ever see you again after this summer
my feelings will come again
and that's just going to hurt me more

I know that in time I have to tell you
but I need to take my time to heal first
I hope I'll have egough curriage to tell you
before you or I die...

Submitted: Wednesday, June 21, 2006
Edited: Monday, August 09, 2010

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