Gabriel Gauci Maistre

(Pieta, Malta)

How I Miss You


Oh how I miss you
Seeing you everyday at school
Spending my free lessons with you
Spending each break with you
Hoping to run into you
Before and after school

Oh how I miss you
Going to Marmiton with you
Buying you hot chocolate
Spending hours talking to you

Oh how I miss you
Walking you back to class
Walking you to the bus stop
Waiting for your mother to arrive

Oh how I miss you
Passing by the library, looking for you
Getting excused to go to the bathroom
Only to surprise you in the library

How I miss it all
Now that school is over
I barely get to see you
And we don't talk as much any more
But I long for the summer
Months where we'll be free
Free to have fun and enjoy ourselves

And now that its finally your birthday
I hope you have the celebration
That you've always deserved
One which you could never have previously
Due to all the exams that you'd have
And now I do wish you a happy birthday
A special day, a special someone

Submitted: Saturday, April 21, 2012
Edited: Saturday, April 21, 2012

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