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Poem to GF... Just thought I'd share

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PanicAttack53 posted 5/28/2013 14:57 PM

Hi All,

I just wrote a poem to my new GF and I'd thought I'd share it. BTW, I already know I'm a hopeless romantic.

I've Known You All My Life

I know this is new and I understand your fears
That you didn't want to jump and rush
Thing is… I've known you for so many years
Well almost, as you were 6… and my first crush

And while it's strange as adults we met and just knew
And our passion ever since is pure bliss
I still see that little girl of six in you
And can vividly remember our first kiss

Uh-uh NO, it's a fantasy you say
How could you have known me back then
Even though I wished for you every time I'd pray
And never wavered from that wish again

So the little girl from then has now grown up
And she's had life thrown at her time after time
She's also a mother now and has her own pup
The only thing in this world to her sublime

Yet she still feels the ache of wanting true love
Especially when that world closes in and traps her soul
So she reaches out and most times feels the emptiness of
A temporary release that leaves her less than whole

Then along comes that little boy straight out of her past
The one who first showed her that she was unique
And she sees him, and adores him, but knows it won't last
So she chokes down her feelings so her heart doesn’t speak

But the boy will not give her up again
Now that he's finally reunited
So he strokes and soothes her past pains away
And while still wary, she's quite delighted

For 3 or 4 weeks they're mostly happy
While they talk, walk and play as time allows
Then suddenly the boy becomes sickening sappy
And her frustration begins to arouse

She tells him to go slow, that he needs to get wise
But that she can't educate him so he needs to go out
She says if he does this he'll earn his final prize
And he knows it's a recipe for disaster and doubt

Suddenly out of nowhere she has an epiphany
She knows this man is unique and unlike all the rest
And she could see herself falling for him instantly
So she decides to leave it to God and curtail his test

They speak that very night and she gives him the news
She tells him she doesn't want him to stray
Because she knows in the end it's him she may lose
And he tells her how happy he is to just stay

He tells her that loneliness has always tortured his mind
And that he is leaving his life and heart in her hands
He says that people may say he's crazy and blind
Risking it all in a glance for how it now stands

How she got him this blind is still a mystery
He just knows he can't get her out of his head
He doesn't care what is written in her history
As long as her doubts and fears are now dead

Every little thing that she's said and she's done
Feels like it's deeply imbedded within his heart
So it doesn't really matter if they've both just begun
Because it's like they just fit from the start

It isn't often that you encounter your first love again
And when it does happen you know that God’s lent a hand
So why worry or over analyze… as it just causes pain
Better to just be thankful and submit to his plan

So that is how the story of how I’ve always known you goes
I know some of it is rather hard to believe
That the little girl and boy of six meet again after they’ve grown
And they’re innocent love they were able to retrieve

Doesn’t matter a bit if we question that past
It’s really not the point to all this
All that matters is that we found each other at last
And every moment reminds us of that first kiss

simplydevastated posted 5/28/2013 20:25 PM

That is beautiful!

PanicAttack53 posted 5/29/2013 09:00 AM

Thanks sd,guess it was one of those poet didn't know it things lol. Never wrote one before so it shows how caught up I am with this woman.

simplydevastated posted 5/29/2013 09:05 AM

I hope she appreciates it.

PanicAttack53 posted 5/29/2013 09:16 AM

Actually, I haven't sent it yet.

I don't know why either. Maybe I'm afraid of being perceived as sappy or maybe just being labeled a bad poet lol. Now I'm thinking of hanging on to it and waiting for the perfect time like a walk in the park, candlelight dinner etc... Oh well, I'll figure it out. Thanks again.

simplydevastated posted 5/29/2013 09:19 AM

Now I'm thinking of hanging on to it and waiting for the perfect time like a walk in the park, candlelight dinner etc

I think this is a good idea.

idiot85 posted 5/29/2013 09:33 AM

Oof! Love a bit of romance. It's very good

I proposed with a poem- except mine was more John Fuller-esque-

"I like your cheeks, I like your nose,
I like the way your lips disclose
The neat arrangement of your teeth
(Half above and half beneath) in rows."


PanicAttack53 posted 5/29/2013 09:36 AM

That was great!!! Thanks for the belly laugh idiot85.

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