Praveen Baid

(24th april 1983 / Cossimbazar)

Missing You


Why can't I speak when I have so much to tell?
Why can't I write when I have so much in mind?
Why can't I sing when there's music in my heart?
Why can't I dance when there's rhythm in the air?
Too many words left unspoken
Too many things left undone
Why can't it be and why can't I?
For all I know this feeling deep inside
Took the gladness from my heart.
Is this the tinge of missing you?
Is this the reason behind it all?
Hear the agony of my heart
Longing for you and for your touch
Feeling your warmth, seeing your face
Missing your smiles and warm embrace.
When will the waiting ever be over?
For as long as were apart I can never be whole
Oh! My Dearest friend I just want you to know
That my heart is empty because
'I'M MISSING YOU! '

Submitted: Tuesday, December 23, 2008

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