Eugene Rooney

(New Market, Maryland)

Alma - Poem by Eugene Rooney

When I first talked to you
Was it love that could be so true

When I first saw you coming towards me
I knew in my heart I liked what I see

Maybe it was too soon for are lips to meet
When this happened my heart skipped a beat

Can true love be as fast as a carefree wind
And moving so fast some people say it is a sin

People say "What is too good to be true" is not
Than why are our hearts interwoven in a knot

Why do we fear our true feeling for each other
Because we feel one day we might have to run for cover

Would time seal our love and our fate
And together be earth's forever mates


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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