Treasure Island

Shutter Queen

(19/02/95 / San Fernendo)

I Miss You (To my hunny bunny)


I really really miss you,
You have no idea,
I really really miss you,
Please believe me dear,
I really really miss you it feels like a year,
Since i held you in my arms,
Since i touched your palms,
Since i saw your smile,
Since i smelt your scent,
Hunny did I ever tell you I think your heaven sent,

I really really miss your beautiful smile,
Hunny your smile just drives me wild,
I really really miss your sweet lips,
And the way you send me poems with a little kiss,
I really miss you,
And this is all true,
Hope you no how much I think about you.

Submitted: Thursday, August 21, 2008
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