Farhana Abdullah

Rookie (25 October 1970 / Kota Kinabalu SABAH, MALAYSIA)

My Lonelyness Killing Me


My Love Since you gone
I felt so lonely
I cant sleep, I cant eat my food..
I miss everything about you..
The fight, laugh and emotions its cling
to my head now..
So i wirte you this poem
Just to relive what I felt tonight
very lonely..
Take care love since Im not there with you
My heart & soul is there with you..
Can't wait to meet you again soon...
Just to hear you voice on the phone
Not enough to ease my lonelyness..
See you soon my love..

Copyright@farhana abdullah

Submitted: Sunday, June 22, 2008

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  • Rookie rohit sapra (6/23/2008 8:48:00 AM)

    When loneliness overshadows life one should cling on to the memories as memories remind what has been built and needed to be kept forever. This poem is very emotional and really very well written. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Sarwar Chowdhury (6/22/2008 10:03:00 AM)

    Lonelyness gives you the true feellings of love!

    It is good love poem (Report) Reply

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