Treasure Island

Marlena Scott

(08-17-1993)

My First Love


You were my first love
And glad god didnt send you above
You were my first kiss
And im really glad im writing this.
You were my first walk in the park
We also had fun in the dark.
You were my first long talk on the phone
We never heard the dial tone.
You were my first love note
I wish we went on a boat
I was your first girlfriend
And now you are my best friend
I was your first movie partner
And you were such a charmer
I was your first lover
And there will not be other

Submitted: Friday, April 18, 2014
Edited: Saturday, April 19, 2014

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