Lalitha Neelapu

First Time

The first time when i heard about you i was totally struck apart
i imagined you to be the total worth stand to compete
i thought you could be the one whom i can beat easily
first time

The first time when i texted you i felt happy and excited
i imagined you to be the strongest competitor of mine
i was eager to self analyse you and did quite good
first time

The first time when i got to know you i felt your innocence, dilemma like never before
i completely felt to be myself worth to be a part in your friends list
i completely went out of my boundary this time don't know why
first time

The first time i did my late night chat i felt to be important
i was interested to know your bowl of mixed feelings
i was curious to know u more because i felt it like something strange
first time

The first time when i talked u over phone i felt cool and awesome playback music
i really felt soothing and pleasant voice
i really loved to hear ur voice like church bells ringing on
first time

The first time when i shared my feeling oh it was super fear but just true
i never felt it fr any 1 like that
i felt fr some one like i've never ever met him bt all are true
first time

But this always lasts with me no matter what the season is
cause magic does happen just once in a life time
so happened happens and it l stay fr ever
first time and fr ever

Submitted: Sunday, January 19, 2014

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