Don't Betray Her Memory

Don't Betray Her Memory

A Poem by Jason Finely

This is my first ever poem, about a love I meet but was only able to see for a few weeks. In that time I never confessed my love and now I only have that memory. And since I don't want to ruin that me


Don’t Betray Her Memory

By Jason J. Finely

I saw the angel of love

She was young and without conflict

Void of a flaw, she was perfect

She was better than a dove

I only knew her for a short time

For it only was a few weeks 

But I was weak

My love was only in its young prime

I dreamt of her at night

And days became dreams with her

All I needed was an answer

But professing would lead to fright

We got close and became friends

But time was dwindling

I could not lose her kindling

But our time had come to an end

Now all I have is a memory

A memory of her angel glow

With talent indisputable, so

Don’t betray her memory

© 2019 Jason Finely

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Jason Finely
Please leave any and all feedback, due to I only publish for was to improve.

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Added on December 18, 2019
Last Updated on December 18, 2019
Tags: Romance, Love, Teen, Feelings, Time, Memories


Jason Finely
Jason Finely

Rock Hill, SC

I am a Freshmen in High School. I am not a poet, but I get compelled with feelings that make me spit out poems. I only publish these with an alias to get feedback to make them better. more..