Hakima Smaali

Rookie - 60 Points (29-06-1993 / Algeria)

i miss him


I can no longer eat or drink
I miss him, i keep looking to his picture
no ability to blink
i try to forget but I can't
there is always something tying me to him
there is always a link
he had to leave
I understand
but it's too painful
I just want to hold his hand
he was, he is my sunshine
miss him and it's killing me
have to wait for months
so him I can once again see
miss him and it's driving me insane
because only with him i can be
love him, and all I've felt was pain

he has a warm heart
he is just a unique piece of art
so lovely, so smart

he makes laugh
like no one else ever could
when he hold my hand
i feel like it's love for eternity
love that will never end
he never yelled at me
not even when I'm mad
he just used to hold me
hold me tight
tells me to spill out
says that I'm right
he crosses my fingers with his
when ever we fight
it's his way to say I'm sorry
let's stop these, it will all turns up alright
I love him
I miss him

Submitted: Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, August 29, 2012
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