Golden Oldies : Poem Two

Hello all! This is the second poem of my Golden Oldies series 🙂

To read the introduction, click here. To read the first poem, click here.

This one I wrote when I was twelve, about my third and last cyber relationship. I regret many things about it, mostly I regret hurting her. But I was right, if it doesn’t feel right, then it’s not meant to be, and you shouldn’t let it carry on.


Wrong Time

You know inside
That it’s not so hard
Right place, wrong time
But will you kick yourself
Further down the line?
Only time will tell
And if something’s not meant to be
You shouldn’t let it carry on
If you don’t let go
You’ll never find the shore
So let go and swim
And if you sink
Remember that you can breathe

~ Bluebell Rizzi, Aged 12

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