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Jane You Stole My Heart

Jane You Stole My Heart
By Andydon on 10/20/2011
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Dear Jane,
I first noticed you as you walked past me in the morning,
Your fairish hair trailing behind you,
Caught in the summer wind,
I sat, paper in one hand coffee in other,
Watching the world go by,
I caught sight of you first, too my right,
You glided through my glaze, I was taken,
Was this love at first sight,
You were smiling, the most beautiful smile,
My stomach tightened,
Over here Jane, my mind said outloud,
I called you Jane for it suited you well,
Over here, but my lips could not move,
You went past, touching my boot,
Knocking my crossed leg from its perch,
You glanced down, and with the most precious of glances whispered sorry,
And disappeared to my left,
Days had gone by, the weather had changed,
But I waited for you as always,
Jane, here you come, so upright and dreamlike,
I stood up, this was it, I could wait no more,
My heart was racing,
Like a drum solo it beat,
As I uttered to speak, my heart sank,
A man, another man, who watched her walked by,
Took her arm and kissed her,
In front of me!
Oh Jane, You stole my Heart,
I will wait until its returned,
I sit there with a paper in one hand and a coffee in the other,
Watching the world go by.........

By Andydon On 10/20/2011 4:42:46 AM
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