Adegbite Adeyinka

Rookie - 26 Points (14-05-1991)

I Will Forever Miss You


I will forever miss you
These words I speak are true
My heart aches each time I remember
I'd promised you a love to be forever

You're the beautiful gleaming light
My Sun prides when it is shines bright

I caused pain to cloud your smile
To make it right, I'll walk the mile

I'll keep each promise I make
I'll give all it could take
If I had the chance to make it right
But could it change a thing, Mrs Wright?

You've fallen into the arms of another
While my journey will go no further

I cannot keep you out of view
I dream, each night, of my life with you
I know this plea is nothing new
But know the words I speak are true
As I have nothing else to do
Than to forever think of you.

Submitted: Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, June 19, 2013

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It's unimaginable how it hurts to lose someone you love so much. But it hurts even more when the fault comes from you. And there's no hope that you can have her back. The poet shares his plight

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