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Their Love Story - Poem by sweet girl

A couple was dating and they've been together for a long time.
One night she left her bag in the living room after her date with him.
Her dad finds a note, and shows it to his daughter.
She cries long after and her dad forbids her to see him.
Furiously, he leaves his daughter.

The girl looks at the note:

I effing hate you!
I don't know what came over me.
I never want to see your fuggly face again!
How can I be so stupid,
To fall such a worthless girl.
All those times we've spent together,
Forget it! It was just a waste of time!
I hope you die alone you witch!

I effing hate you-remember that!

She stares at the note and thinks it'd be for the best.
She changes into her pjs, and a note slips from one of her jean pockets. Looking at it, she picks it up and reads it:

I knew sometime by this month your parents would find out sometime.
So I placed that fake note into your bag, and the real one in your pocket while we we're laying under the stars.

I effing love you!
I don't know what came over me.
I need to see your beautiful face again!
How can I be so stupid,
To lose such a brilliant girl.
All those times we've spent together,
Never forget it! It was such a great time!
I hope to see you again tomorrow baby.

I effing love you-remember that!

She cried again but with a smile on her face.
She never gave up on him again.
Thats how strong they felt for eachother.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 23, 2008

Poem Edited: Saturday, November 22, 2008

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