joanne fenner

Rookie (04 november 1980)

When We First Met. - Poem by joanne fenner

I looked up at him and he turned away,
He said he had to go, but I wanted him to stay.
His skin was a golden brown, his hair was dark as night,
His eyes ocean blue, and then a second later he’d faded from sight.

Was this an Angel I’d just layed my eyes upon?

I kept him in my thought’s since that day he’d gone,
And prayed I’d see him again before too long.
Walking with friend’s, there he was in front of me,
I could not hold in my joy, his eyes seemed deeper blue this time, his hair darker and I saw him smile, my God he had the most beautiful smile.

I was in love with an Angel?

From that day on, he was always on my mind,
I started to see him more and more, and relished that he was one of a kind,
I was so in love, I’d never felt this before,
How could I stop love, I needed more.

The reason I cannot marry anyone else, is because I’m in love with you?

So I said how I felt and I thank God he felt the same,
And ever since that first day, he has never been far from my brain.
Making me still feel like I have an angel always next to me,
Making me feel safe and who I want to be.

This man is my knight in shining armour, he’s changed my life,
He’s made me a mother again, and made me his special wife.
Nothing in the world could make me as happy as I am today,
And I know from his heart now, that he’ll forever stay.
He’s in my arms forever,
And we’re living happily ever after.

Comments about When We First Met. by joanne fenner

  • (2/26/2007 4:36:00 PM)

    I really like this one (Report)Reply

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  • Deanna More (2/13/2007 12:23:00 PM)

    Joanne, what a wonderful Romance Writer, you are! ! ! !
    This ''......happily ever after.''' poetic story captivated me,
    from start to finish. I absolutely love your scripted Artistry!
    Deanna xx

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, January 14, 2011

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