Reggie fambro mcclain III

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There Was A Girl I Once Knew - Poem by Reggie fambro mcclain III

There was a girl I once knew.
She looked just like you.
She protected me with everything we went through.
Every day we talked about this and that.
But, she never talked smack
She was so nice I wish she was always there.
Thinking about her ever where.

We would write notes everyday.
I would never get them taken away.
Some had poems and some had pictures.
They all where lovely to me and her.
We knew each other for a very long time.
Her smile keeps me warm inside
But, everyday I would wonder.
If she felt like I felt
If she cared like I cared.
I wonder if she loves me.
I think I love her?
I’m not sure
Her signs there hard to follow.
Dose she know I would die for her seal for her even lie for her.
I wouldn’t tell a friend all they do is make it worse.
I am confused. I love her but dose she love me.
This is a big crazy dream. A dream that will come true.
She dose love me.
I do love her
Now please leave use alone and let us be free.

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  • (11/7/2008 1:20:00 PM)

    You are really good....email me sometime... (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, April 15, 2011


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