Treasure Island

RaShawn Ince

(January 7th,1994 / Harlem, New York)

Missing Someone


Missing someone isn't all in your mind.
It's all in your soul, your being, your heart.
When you miss someone you cant help but cry.
Because it hurts too much whenever you're apart.
And you know she can't be as happy as she would.
Because you cant see her everyday.
But you wish you could do all that you could.
But you cant because you are so far away.
You wish you could be there and be by her side.
And walk her home from school.
But you realize all of the tears that you cried,
are all on the ground in a sad little pool.
I wish with all my heart that I can be with her.
With everything under the sun.
We would be way more than what we were.
How I feel when I'm missing someone.

Submitted: Tuesday, March 17, 2009

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  • Emma Pearson (3/17/2009 2:38:00 PM)

    Awwh, i really like it, it's well written. I think a lot of people will be able to relate to it. (Report) Reply

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