Fareez Nasir

Veteran Poet - 1,373 Points (2 April 1995 / Singapore)

The Days Went By - Poem by Fareez Nasir

The first day I met you I had a crush
I felt my heart beating in a rush
I felt you have the strength in you
A strong strength pulling me to you

The next day I met you at school
I maintained myself and tried and stay cool
Our eyes then met and you smiled at me
I quickly looked down and pretended not to see

The next two days I bumped into you
I helped you pick up your books too
You told me your name and I told you mine
I said sorry and you said it's fine

The next three days I was in my class
I saw you outside walking past
You turned and then you waved at me
I smiled and hoped my friends didn't see

The next four days we chat on the net
I didn't go to school 'cause I felt bad
You said no wonder you didn't see me in the hall
And I realized you've been looking for me after all

The next five days I walked home with you
You seemed surprised 'cause it's out of the blue
We walked together side by side
At the end of the day everything went right

The next six days on Saturday evening
The past few days - I started remembering
I can't wait for Monday to be even better
I hope you are now reading my letter

Signing off...


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, July 6, 2013

Poem Edited: Wednesday, July 17, 2013


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