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The Red Umbrella
I was going on a blind date and walked across town The weather wasn’t kind, rain was pouring down It was my friend’s sister and he arranged the date She was nowhere to be seen, maybe just running late. Then a girl with a red umbrella came towards me Despite the pouring rain she was beautiful to see She said” sorry I’m late my bus it broke down I’ve just had to walk half a mile across town.” “Get under” she said “come and take shelter” I did as she asked and then I was beside her I’d never noticed before and what a surprise She had an angelic face and beautiful brown eyes. Our eyes then met and to me that was a good sign And from this day forward I vowed she’d be mine Never in my life had I ever felt this way I was lost for words and didn’t know what to say. I held her closely and we looked at each other I would never have met her but for her brother Then she pulled me closer and we started to kiss I was in seventh heaven, oh this was pure bliss. I thought in my mind, this girl would be my wife And I was already planning the rest of my life I’d marry her, buy a house and start our own family Have holidays at the coast; go swimming in the sea. I then heard a loud ringing, it had just turned seven Lying there wide awake, I was no longer in heaven Sometimes things are just not what they seem The angel with brown eyes was just but a dream. I got ready for work and then went to catch the train The sky was full of grey clouds and it started to rain As the train was pulling out I glanced over to my right Stood holding a red umbrella; was the girl from last night. Written 31st October 2018 For screwed xx poetry contest sponsored by Rob Carmack.
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