Sara Bergamini

(Italy, Forli)

-First love is the heardest part-

Today I saw a boy with big blue eyes
I don't know what's with him
But every time I see him I smile
He has a big hart
He is very polite
And super kind

I never though I'd fall in love
With a boy I've just met
You make me care
And you taught me to share

When ever I see him
He smiles and winks
He is a womanizer
Or at least that's what he thinks

Time passed by
He had girlfriends
He wasn't afraid
So he didn't hide
We where close at that time

On a schools trip
He asked me where's my room
I pointed at the last cabin
And he said alright
Then I went and looked back
He had not left
He was hugging a girl
Witch he called his own

I went to my room
Sat down by the window
And stared at the moon
I saw my reflection
Then zoomed out
And this was my reaction

I felt a funny feeling in my heart
He had just teared it apart
I saw him kissing a girl
She was pretty and blond
What I was once found

Don't think I forgot him
I still have hope
He says a lot of things
With witch I can't cope
But the first boy you love
You will never forget
At least now I know
That's what you get
For waiting instead
of forgetting

Submitted: Tuesday, January 31, 2012

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