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Roller Coaster Love
I Almost Wish
by Meg  Campbell

If our love had stayed unfound,
It wouldn't hurt like this,
And though we stood on solid ground,
I tumbled with that kiss.

I almost wish I'd never known 
You were my perfect match.
The aching pain has slyly grown
As snakes from ova hatched.

And on that day I had to leave, 
When all we said was meant,
I began to sorely grieve
For those brief moments spent.

But in my heart I hold it true 
That though the price is great, 
There are still but a precious few 
That find their one soulmate.

Poem ID: 11812   Poem Posted: 3/9/1999
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