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(brief renderings) Joe Fazio


Have I Told You...I Miss You?


miss your quiet caring, your gentelness,
the softness of you, and the warm cloak
of your love.

I miss your smile that was always so
tentative, but warm like the sunshine,
gentle as the rain, and softer than a rose.

I miss your honesty, your caring and your loyaty.

I miss your eyes, nose...mouth. I miss the
sound, the comfort of your voice.

I miss your laughter, your joy-I miss
your tears, your kiss, your touch, and I
miss our bodies pressed together,
entwined as one.

I miss falling asleep with you in my arms,
and waking up to the warmness of you next to me.

I miss...I miss, everything about you.




© Joe Fazio

Submitted: Thursday, February 18, 2010

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