prashant golwalkar

My First Love: Haven'T Got Yet - Poem by prashant golwalkar

I think of you, the way we were,
The fun we had, the smile and laughs,
I wish I knew what I did wrong,
To make you leave me, now you've gone.
I sit alone and think of you,
And wish that we could love again,
To see you now with someone else,
My heart is heavy, sad, oh the pain.
I always wanted the best for you,
I gave you all I had,
I always though you wanted me.
How wrong, oh how wrong I was.
No matter what life has in store,
I hope that you will be true,
I never want to loose our love,
No matter where you may go or do.
If I should go, and life depart,
I know that you will be safe,
You’ve got the look of wonder love,
And Happiness will always be great.
Just think of me, that’s all I ask,
And remember this of me,
You touched my heart in a special way,
No one could my heart give.
I will always love you deep inside,
No matter who you are with,
And perhaps one day, I feel again,
The love I felt for you.

Comments about My First Love: Haven'T Got Yet by prashant golwalkar

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    Superb lines (Report) Reply

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    Awesome.....such a reality (Report) Reply

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    awesome poemand sir.... (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 23, 2013

Poem Edited: Saturday, August 24, 2013

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