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This poem is about finding love on the internet and wondering if a fairy tale will come out of it. And about looking forward to getting your mail every day .

Internet Love Of Mine

We met on line just the other day.
So sweet and innocent in every way.
Now I long to read my mail.
Praying, hoping, love comes my way.
To unite to become one.
Hoping, praying, you are the one.
Will this be it for me?
Fairy tale ending, I hope to see.
Internet love of mine.
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4 Visitor Comments

it really touched me and reminded me of my internet love, Ryan. I talk with him every day. I miss him everyday as well. Thanks, your a great writer so don't quit
This poem is great. It just expresses the way i feel about a guy i met on the net. The sweetness & innocence in him makes me miss him every second of the day. I hope we will be able to meet in real life one day.
when i read this poem it remind me of my online boyfriend ricki and how much i love him and how much i need him! right now were not talking becouse i question our ralationship and now i wish i never did! oh how i miss him!
good point in your poem,your talented

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