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Morhardt Carmen Mencita Monoi Angel

(11.06.1960 / Philippines Manila)

Miss You


Since you are gone
Hour by hour just agony
Everywhere I hear your voice
Why this choice
Miss you

Whatever I do
I am thinking of you
You are all over
Can't find any cover
Miss you

Darling I do remember
Our dancing in the chamber
Full of laughter and joy
You the ever grown up boy
Miss you

Your solemn face so dear
In my mind reality isn't clear
Why this deadly silence
I feel like a tragedy off balance
Miss you

Memories all over the place
Daily duties break me down
Wherever in this place I go
There is a whisper of you
Miss you

Love Joy Laughter
Sound of voice
Familiar shadows
All of this is you
And I'll forever Miss you


Mencita Monoï Angel

Submitted: Saturday, February 18, 2012
Edited: Monday, April 16, 2012
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