Today is: July 12, 2020 Home | Love Poems | Friendship Poems | Love Quotes | Love Letters | Love Stories
Back to Home
Search for: In Section:
Love Poems
I Love You
True Love
Missing You
Thinking of You
Love and Friendship
First Love
New Love
Sad Love Poems
Lasting Love
Lost Love
Sorry Love Poems
I Love You With All My Heart
Sweet Love Poems
Desired Love
Wedding Poems
Birthday Poems
Shakespeare Love Poems
100 Best Love Poems
Broken Friendship
Short Love Poems
Best Love Poems
Classic Love Poems
Best Friends
Cute Love Poems
Cyber Love
Secret Love
Sensual Love
Famous Love Poems
Love is
Family Poems
Valentines Day
Friendship Poems
Love Quotes
Love Stories
Love Letters
You are Here: Home > Love Poems > New Love > Our First Meeting

Our First Meeting
by Louisa
I was in a good mood as I left my house that day,
Looking for a good time and to see what games I could play.

I didn’t realize that it would be my night to find true love,
Nor did I realize I would find my angel from above.

As I cruised down the road with the wind blowing my hair,
Smiling at nothing at all... happy without a care.

I found myself at the local pool place,
Walking up the stairs with a bouncing kind of pace.

I looked to the left then glanced to the right,
And then I saw you… what a handsome sight.

First I saw your eyes, blue with a touch of gray,
Then I saw your hair, uniqueness is your way.

Feeling convinced I could start a conversation,
I started walking towards you with the greatest reservation.

I notice my friend sitting next to you,
Where you two talking… something was obstructing my view,

So I walked closer to hear what was being said.
I was convinced I would talk to you before I went to bed,

So I started the conversation about your unusual hair.
Hoping to impress you with my evil flair!

You didn’t acknowledge me or what I said,
You made me feel pathetic my heart was as heavy as lead.

But then you turned around and looked me up and down,
I felt so stupid I felt like an ugly clown.

So I smiled gracefully and walked away,
Holding off the chill of the autumn month in May.

I sat with some friends to enjoy the rest of my night,
But when I turned around I got a small fright.

You came to collect your friend from our table,
But again you didn’t acknowledge me, did I have a stupid label.

With one last burst of courage I opened my mouth,
If you didn’t give me acknowledgement I’d run to the south.

I told you to sit down and have a drink with us,
I told you, you wouldn’t regret it you would get a plus.

You smiled at me with your warm caring face,
And suddenly I felt heaven was this place.

E-mail this Poem
Previous Poem
Next Poem
Poem Options:
Rate: Rating: 4.45 | Votes: 69 Comments (0)

Home  |  About Us  |  Privacy Policy  |  Terms of Use  |  Love Sites  |  Link to Us  |  Tell a Friend  |  Contact Us
Copyright © 2011 by All Rights Reserved.