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By My Side

Author: Magic Dragon
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Words: 147
Class/Type: Poetry /Love
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I'm giving this to my girlfriend Tuesday. I just want advice on how to make it flow better or how to word it a different way. Plus I want to know what you think, It's completely different from what I usually write.

By My Side

I had a dream last night
You were in it
I woke up this morning
You were the first thing on my mind
I got on the bus
And for an hour and a half I thought of you
And I was wondering
Were you thinking of me too?

I just want you to know
Everytime you leave my sight you're missed
Your beauty's left its mark
You're there when I close my eyes
I thought of you in class
And my heart began to race
I can't blink
My mind goes blank when I see your face

I sat for hours
Trying to describe the way I feel
It's complicated
Yet so simple at the same time
I wish I'd met you sooner
Everytime I thought to speak I shied
But I know it all worked out
Because I've got you by my side

Submitted on 2007-05-03 16:18:43     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Awww. This was really sweet. You should give it to her just like it is. It's great and if she likes poetry she should love this poem. I often think the same thing. But about my ex. Which is kinda bad considering he's my boyfriend's bestfriend but my boyfriend understands and doesn't really care that I still have feelings for my ex. Well I hope that she likes it and all goes well. Good luck!
| Posted on 2007-05-04 00:00:00 | by RedneckPrincess | [ Reply to This ]

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