Dyhanara Rios

Rookie (11/06/94 / San Antonio, Texas)

I Miss You So Bad


Have you ever become so close to someone
That you talk to them at least once a day?
Where hearing their sweet voice
Is the only thing to keep you sane?
When life pulls me into strains of stress
And miles of mess,
I find myself hoping for a cure
From the days and diseases
I am reluctant to endure.

To hope is to mope;
To live is to give
More than you are to the world.
To survive is to thrive
Off the beauty in life.

Missing a soul gives you hope that you’re friends.
To reach for them makes you whole again.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 06, 2010

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