Me And You And My Baby.
Author: Danielle W
it took me awhile to let myself love you,
at first i didnt know if i could trust you
but now that i love you im glad i have you in my life
and im not scared to tell you exactly how i feel
your the only one who understands me and you'd
do anything for me and i learnt that a long time ago,
i might be young and people think that i dont know what love is,
but im telling you i do,and me and you are the defintion of it,
i think your happy with me and i know i am with you
and were only two years apart, but i feel like we share a heart,
im 17 and i finally happy with my life.
i think everything happens for a reason
and theres a reason why me and you are together
and a reason why im having your baby,
im young but so in love,
and im pregnant and i know you'll be happy that,
so as are love grows, i want you to know i love you.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|aime (18.104.22.168) -- Thursday, March 9 2006, 02:25 pm|
i love this one. its so good to see a love that is so true,yes you are very young but you didnt just give your love away to a bunch of people or thats atleast how it sounds.i hope you and your boyfriend and now your son/daughter have a great life, and hopefully the hard times have gone away and maybe everything can truely be ok. if you have a daughter i know you will watch over her like a hawk i know you will not want her to get hurt like you did when you were younger.so good luck and let the good times roll.congrats.
|jamie (22.214.171.124) -- Wednesday, December 6 2006, 09:24 pm|
Im having a baby too, but im 3 years younger then you! i hope your baby is healthy!
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