First Kiss

Written by: Lee Ramage

A boy moved into our small town, lived just down the way,
His British accent and lovely white smile, just made my day.

He invited me to the Easter dance and bought me a corsage
From beginning to end, the whole scene seemed like a mirage.

I wore a new white and yellow dress my Mom sewed for me,
She placed yellow ribbons in my hair, they matched perfectly.

We walked hand in hand to the dance talking about school,
Meanwhile my stomach was churning trying to stay so cool.

We swayed to Hey Jude, I thought I was in heaven for sure,
Yet scared of what would happen next - was I too immature.

Then the song ended, if there were others there I was unaware,
He moved his hands up my arms and touched my lips with care.

My expectations were high, thought I’d know love right away,
But I felt nothing, my hopes dashed, we broke up the next day.



Written August 11, 2012
For Craig Cornish’s contest
“First Kiss”
Placed second in contest