Bella Ravenstar

Rookie (Southern California)

Love Letters


I played my hand at love
I was so young
I flirted
Yet my heart broke
And it took forever to end
But then I heard
From my prayers
That I need not to fall in love yet
Wait a little while
Rely on Heavenly Father for you needs
Don't fall in love now
Or it will lead you to your despair
Love of men starves you
My love will feed you
I took heed to these words
I found he was right
He fed my needs
I felt better than ever
Yet
The counsel of man is different
Go fall in love now
There is someone for you
Don't wait!
Make haste!
Have a good time
Love is fun
You're young
When I remember Heavenly Father's answer
I don't take heed to mortal words
I'll do what's right for me
Do what's working for you
If you want to love
Be my guest
But me
I'll wait
Today I enjoy the water of life
The ever flowing love
Of Heavenly Father
And Jesus Christ
Don't worry about me
I've got the holy spirit
It guides me
I'll know when it's my time
To fall in love
Just not now
I'm the happiest I've ever been
Bright as a sunbeam
I stay true to my loves of my life
I am not changing my mind
So please don't try to tell me
That I'm blind
Because I feel really fine

Submitted: Saturday, May 03, 2008
Edited: Saturday, May 03, 2008

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