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To A Long Ago Love

Poem by: USGlen

Summary

This is a poem about a female that I knew way back in 1968 in the military. We loved each other even though she was engaged to another man.

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Submitted: April 23, 2007

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Submitted: April 23, 2007

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When we met in that place I thought that I could love you

But you deceived me

I thought that you wanted me

I thought you cared for me

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We talked and I enjoyed it

You maybe did that to me

But I never knew

Is he yours or is he ours?

3.

We departed

I got lost

I said good bye

I wrote and you never answered

4.

You didn't really know me

Life for me is not being a nurse!

For me life is something better!

I think about my life daily

5.

My life is not yours

Neither am I yours

My love I don't want to be yours

I love others

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God is pointing me in the right direction

It is not anything really

I care not to say

Goodbye my love- Nevermore Lieutenant


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This is a poem about a female that I knew way back in 1968 in the military. We loved each other even though she was engaged to another man.

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