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For Her

For the girl that calls me her gump I write you this poem Because you are my Gump The church was where I met you Way back in the day Not knowing what we’d soon be going through, So I have a lot to say, From then on we became friends, not knowing first communion would end, I remember how much we use to laugh, We would have endless conversations, You was something I couldn’t pass, Cuz I had the patience, One year had past since I last seen you Not knowing I’d see you again 7th grade was here Not knowin we’d become closer friends 8th grade came so we became even closer We both knew what we wanted Cuz we wanted eachother, I remember that night When I asked you out Your answer to my question Was something I didn’t doubt It wasn’t that long Till it came to an end So in this poem I dare not say what happened, As we moved on to highschool We hadn’t spoken since our little incident 9th grade you wanted a second chance I said no You said not care what happened But still I said no. Time had passed We finally made peace It was about time Cuz all the tension was released 10th grade you left You were no longer here Even though we kept in touch Not seeing you again Was something I feared Senior year you came back From parties to pissing Karen off And homecoming and prom We been through it all You of all people warned me about “her” I should’ve never had her as my lover Look now were in college weve been through so much don’t worry, theres always gonna be oppurtunities for me and you because my feelings have always been deep for you in other words this whole poem means I………you

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Date: 3/9/2010 11:39:00 AM
Enjoyed reading your poetry today Leonardo. Wishing you the best in your writing endeavors always. Love, Carol
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Date: 3/8/2010 5:32:00 PM
Too sweet. Enjoyed your write, please read/comment my poems.
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