LeeAnn R. Jones

(January 19,1989 / Rapid City, South Dakota)

Dreaming Of You


Watering Eyes
Flushed Cheeks
This Is Something
I Have Been Dreading For Weeks

We Haven't Talked
In A Couple Of Days
I Have Missed You
In So Many Ways

Every Day That Passes By
I Think Of You
Wondering, Hoping, Thinking
Your Feelings For Me Are True

At First I Thought
We Would Be Better As Friends
Now I Am Hoping
That Our Friendship Doesn't End

My Feelings For You
Are Getting Stronger
My Days Without You
Are Getting Longer

And Sometimes At Night I Dream
Of You And Me
Being Together Forever
And As Happy As Could Be

I Hope One Day
This Dream Comes True
For I'll Always
Be Loving You

Submitted: Friday, March 03, 2006

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  • Shannon Nagel (9/18/2007 11:12:00 AM)

    Wow LeeAnn, I know this feeling! You captured it perfectly! Wonderful imagery and emotion! Keep writing! :)
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