Teen Short Love Poem

This was inspired by a friend of mine who fell in love with a boy but no-one allowed her to see him.

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Someday, somewhere. It is one of nature's laws that people must fall in love. But it is not man's nature to love and love wisely. I've sat and watched helplessly while you stole my ...

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© Jessica Webster

Published on July 2010

Forbidden Love

The stars still danced in the dawning sky
As we walked the enchanted wood
Kind eyes gleam and berries bloom
In a toadstool circle we stood
Our forbidden love is sacred
yet it is so strong
But the sun will soon be watching
The birds will sing their song
Now the night has ended
we shall soon go home
So he slides into her fingers
A single red rose.

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  • by Irene Attakpah
  • 4 months ago

Someday, somewhere.
It is one of nature's laws that people must fall in love. But it is not man's nature to love and love wisely. I've sat and watched helplessly while you stole my heart, my reason and my soul away. I've surrendered to you my all. And now all you say is sorry. Anyway, I don't blame you for it, maybe it is nature's fault, for modelling an angel like you to be a breaker of hearts. I'll just follow my heart's dictate! Oh yes!
Someday,somewhere, someone will come along, he will pick up all the fragments of this scattered heart, put them together and nurse it back to holiness.

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