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Goodbye my first Love

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Goodbye my first Love

To my lover from long ago,
 You were the one to set my heart aglow
 I wish I wasn't so young back then
 When I knew so little of men
 Hurt and pain was all I could see
 Hence twas only heartache that could be
 You with your scruffy hair
 And clothes worn threadbare
 As u went thru life with seemingly hardly a care
 Your lovely mischievous smile
 Was blessed to know you, if just for a while
 
 To heal every woe you dearly tried,
 Through many days I continuously cried.
 Thank you for all the tears you dried,
 When with life I could hardly cope.
 Thank you for holding out on hope.
 Thank you for holding me so close,
 As my darkness upon me did impose.
 
I pray you never let your dreams die
 That you let you soul free to fly
 That with the seasons passing by
 U know the best in your future does lie
 
I'm so glad to have known you true
 Even though I was mostly so blue
 You and your brainy head
 And all the books you have read
 Days spent on the beach
 As in each other we did beseech
 Long walks under skies azure
 So many memories mostly a blur
 
I'm so sorry I hurt you so
 And hope that you have truly let go
 That I don't as a shadow hover
 As you attempt to trust another
 To give your absolute all
 And leave the pasts shrieking call
 
Thankyou for everything
 For all the love you did bring
 Thank you for loving me
 And helping me set myself free :)

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