Shean Davis

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One more thing to say


There can only be so many

'One more thing to say'

but as long as I’m saying them;

There is one more thing,

I’d like to say,

Most importantly

I love you

and I miss you, already.

You’d become someone I looked forward to talking to,

smiling with, crying with if we had to.

Seems as though,

my heart gets attached and tangled like a web into someone like you;

So lovable, beautiful, enticingly ‘cravable’.

I don’t know what moment exactly God saw fit,

and gave you the courage to walk away from me;

from someone who loved you and wanted you so.

But if there is one more thing

I’d like to say, here it is

I love you,

and I miss you.

My heart cries;

my eyes weep,

And one more thing

I would like to say is that

I love you,

and I miss you.

Submitted: Friday, August 22, 2008
Edited: Monday, August 25, 2008

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