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James Urwin

(1976 / England)

The Girl I Love


The girl I love has gone away,
on my knees...I begged her to stay.

She was my love, the only one that was true,
without her I am lost... and now don't know what to do.

Too many tears... and times I have cried,
the day she left me... a big part of me died.

She was perfection, gorgeous, pure as gold,
her love felt so warm, but now without... I feel so cold.

The saying says' there's plenty of fish in the sea',
I do know this, but.... there is only one fish for me.

Every day I hope, that she will come back,
maybe there is something...she forgot to pack.

My hopes and dreams...are thought in vain,
because deep down I know... I will never be with, my true love again.

Submitted: Monday, November 19, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, February 12, 2013

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The very first poem I ever wrote aged 32(and the first ever thing that I was not told to write but wrote) .

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