Stacy Semi

Rookie (South Dakota)

I Miss You


I miss your laugh, your little snort
I miss your hugs, so tight and warm
I miss your kisses, so soft and delicate
I miss our long talks so deep into the night
I miss waking up beside you with the sun shining so bright
I miss your touch
I miss when you told me you love me
I miss the times when you got me flowers
I miss watching movies with you at all hours
I miss when you could actually be yourself
I miss seeing your smile
I miss looking into your rich brown eyes
I miss cuddling up to you and you whispering sweet words into my ear
I miss everything about you
I miss you my dear
I miss you

Submitted: Friday, February 16, 2007
Edited: Saturday, January 15, 2011

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Comments about this poem (I Miss You by Stacy Semi )

  • Rookie a moment of sadness (2/16/2007 2:44:00 AM)

    oh stacy this has you so wide open (i've worn revealing to the bone)
    but i feel you 100% homey
    keep up the good work (Report) Reply

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