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I'm a 13 year old girl at high school. My friends and I love to muck around with boys but sometimes, for some people it goes TOO far. I call my liking for guys Fun Love. And at my age I hope it just stays that way!
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|by Katherine James
It's Fun Love,
I like it that way.
No need to push or shove,
Fun Love ain't goin' away.
A hug and a kiss,
A card and a rose.
When I'm away it's HIM I miss,
I hope of this he knows.
But I'll take it no further,
Not because I am scared.
Because if it's a child I'll have to nurture,
HE'LL act as though he never cared.
So at Fun Love I'll stay,
And stick to my fun.
I don't want to be driven away,
From LOVE, I don't want to turn and run.
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