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Dakota Ellerton

(December 23,1993 / Cobourg)

Something I Wish I Had Said


we climbed on the rocks, just past the beach
some were too far,
so we couldn’t reach
we found a nice spot, right in the sun
no people, no yelling, no anyone
we took some pictures
then had some laughs
soon that fun day
will be in our past
I’ll remember the feeling
of sitting with you
it was so fun
that much is true
i felt like blushing, with my leg over yours
I couldn’t believe
I was so close to you
we took some pictures
then I moved my shoe
when we were leaving
I wanted to say
you know we have something...
you don’t find everyday
stay by my side, just for awhile
I’ll make sure your happy, I’ll make sure you smile

Submitted: Wednesday, December 03, 2008
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