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I am 16 years old and this poem is about my first True Love. It's about how I don't want to let go of what we once had. But how gradually I must come to terms with it slipping away.
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|by Richard LeGault
I wish you were here
I wish you were close
and those are the times that I'm wishing the most.
I gave you that ring you wear on your hand
and like time in an hour glass, you slip away like sand.
I want you so bad to hold, and to touch
and that is because I love you so much.
And I want you to know whatever you do
I will always be here
and I will always love you.
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