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Just A Silly Teen Age Crush
 
Molly was a friend of mine
We used to chum around.
I lived in the country
And she lived right in town.

We went fishing Saturdays
In that clear blue stream.
We shared all of our secrets.
We shared all our dreams.

We picked wildflowers in the meadow
And watched clouds roll along.
When the birds sang in the trees
We enjoyed their lilting song.

She knew of my love for Tommy.
I told her I loved him oh so much.
She laughed and said 'how silly'.
It's just a teen age crush.

After graduation, she moved away.
The years went by, we lost touch.
I heard she went on to college.
I missed her so very much.

I read it in the papers just a week ago.
The Doctor and her love were wed.
Molly and Tommy man and wife.
Then I remembered the words she said.

'It's just a silly teen age crush'

By Mariannajo

© 2017 Mariannajo (All rights reserved)

 

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