Alex Marie Johnson

Rookie (04/07/1998)

My Life, My World, My Everything Poem by Alex Marie Johnson


When I first met you
I felt like I had known you forever,
telling you my secrets
and what I didn't want ever.

you listened to me
I bet you thought I'd never end,
who would have thought
we would become more than just friends.

Over a period of time,
I got to know the real you.
A boy so caring and gentle,
with a heart so true.

You've survived your life
with hurt and loneliness by your side.
I told you I'd never leave
because of the feelings I have inside.

I know you
Like no one I have ever known,
and sometimes I wonder
what I'd do if you were gone?

So I have decided
time answers all.
If it is meant to be
time will remove the wall.

I love the way we are together,
you can always make me smile.
Will it ever really be forever?

I guess I will have to wait awhile.
Time will reveal, what lies ahead
but always remember
what I have said.

Meeting you has changed my life
and I really love you so,
the feelings I feel for you
I am never letting go.

Remember me always
and I will too.
I always think of
me and you.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 31, 2013
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