Missing Her So

Poem by: Michael68

Summary

Now that she is gone, my heart yearns for her ever more.

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Submitted: December 11, 2011

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Submitted: December 11, 2011

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The image of her still lingers in my mind,

Her beauty that beyond anything I had ever witnessed

And the voice of an angel

Like a sweet symphony to my ears.

The times we shared cherished in my heart

Through the years which we been together.

The laughter, the tears, the passion and love,

Which brought me out of the darkness I was in

And into a paradise of such love.

But now she is gone from me

Probably in arms of another man

And I sit here alone

Writing these words

Regretting that I had let her go.

That I never told her how I long for her to stay

How my heart screams for her each moment apart

But those words were never said.

The only thing I am grateful about

Is that we are still friends,

To be there for me when I need her support

Even though my heart and soul longs for so much more

I am so grateful to have her as a friend.


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Missing Her So Missing Her So

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Genre: Poetry

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Now that she is gone, my heart yearns for her ever more.
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