Your Soul

font color=red*I Miss You

I miss you
As head miss the hair
Or lions miss the lair
I miss you
As bowels miss the gas
Or ears miss the wax
I miss you
As water miss the bladder
Or legs miss the ladder
I miss you
As girls miss the talks
Or blackboards miss the chalks
I miss you
As pencils miss the sharpeners
And printers miss the papers
I miss you
As women miss the makeup
Or bags miss the checkups
I miss you
As children miss the milk
Or drinkers miss the drink
I miss you
As doctor miss the patients
Or trains miss the stations
I miss you
As walls miss the cement
And poems miss the comments.
I miss you

Submitted: Sunday, May 15, 2011
Edited: Monday, May 16, 2011

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