Treasure Island

Elena Helms

(10/30 / Pennsylvania)

I Miss You Baby.


I miss you.
I wonder where you are.
How you're felling today without me.
I miss you.
And can't help but think.
What you might be doing.
Who you might be with instead of me.
I miss you.
All the days we never had.
All the times we were too busy.
Too full of out featutres.
To see that the present is already here.
I miss you.
All the laughs that we never shared.
The jokes that no one else understood.
Because they were ours.
I miss your dance and I miss your eyes
I miss the sounds you make in your sleep.
I miss the way the light plays on your skin
All the things I never got to know about you.
I miss you and I wonder, do you miss me too?
Do you miss my laugh?
My smile.
My little quirks.
Do you miss my walk and my sighs and the smell of my hair?
Do you miss me like I miss you?

Submitted: Saturday, February 16, 2008

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