A LOVE STORY


A LOVE STORY
 



 
 
He knew he really loved her,
Right from the very start,
It only took one look,
And he wholly lost his heart.
 
So many guys admired her,
How could he possibly compete?
He watched her with deep longing,
So beautiful - so sweet.
 
He dreamed about her day and night,
How he'd like to bring her home,
To introduce her to his folks,
And declare she was his own.
 
Alas!  Alack!  Small chance he had,
She was truly out of his league,
But no way could he forget her,
He was totally intrigued.
 
Sometimes she seemed aloof,
Which he thought was so unkind,
Yet other times she noticed him,
And he thought that was just fine.
 
The young man couldn't help it,
He completely fell in love,
He fell just like a ton of bricks
From a hundred feet above.
 
A terrible thing to be in love,
And to be kept apart by fate,
With no one really caring
About one's great heartache.
 
But one day things seemed better,
His pain was soothed and eased,
The problem was resolved,
And his anguish was relieved.
 
A sign went up in the window
Of the shop on Valentine's Day,
 EVERYTHING IN THE PLACE HALF PRICE!
MUST BE SOLD TODAY!
 
The young man emptied his pockets,
He had just enough to buy
That doggy in the window,
The love that caught his eye!
 
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!
 
Virginia (Ginny) Ellis
Copyright February 2004
 

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