Amie Farrier


I Miss


I dont miss your smile or the flowers
i dont eclipse distance or hours
i dont kiss the wind or the showers
i miss you cant kiss you with lips that were ours

Remember me with my life without life
come once more into my life
come today before i grieve
enter the web of let me believe

The house will be as if it is ours
you'll fill the void with love filled hours
you can sit with me in the fast fading light
then my dream will softly sift into night

Then you'll be gone in the harsh light of day
when you'll return the night will not say
and i am left to vision the time
when once more you'll return and be mine

Submitted: Saturday, May 14, 2005

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