A Day Without You

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This poem is for my boyfriend Johnathan. I don't know what I'd do without him. He means so much to me and I wrote this poem which is about what my life would be like without him in it everyday...

Submitted: March 20, 2007

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 A day without you,

Is like a bird without wings,

Trying to take flight above the stars,

And by Saturn without rings.

A day without you,

Is like a ring without a hand,

Found lost and broken on a beach,

Without any of the sand.

A day without you,

Is like a smile without a face,

Smiling at the flowers at home,

Sitting without a vase.

A day without you,

Is like a wedding without a groom,

Alone in a desolute house,

Without any rooms.

A day without you,

Is like a rainbow without color,

Stretching over a rich man's house,

Without a dollar.

A day without you,

Is like a ocean without a tide,

As the moon sits still and doesn't even rise,

All the worldwide.

A day without you,

Is like a desert without the sun,

And in it's depths a poacher,

who doesn't have a gun.

A day without you,

Is like all of this,

The world is incomplete until you return,

And end this reminisce.


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