terry bonam


Today


Today
looking out my window all i see is the dark and gray durning midday
i see the same houses, streets and face as i did back in my younger days

today
ive been thinking back on everthing good and bad in the years that past,
even with all the good in my life why do i feel the dark and gray

today
im missing the little things, your simple hi or hey,
the way your sweet smile would brighting up my day

today
ive been schearching my heart and soul too truly understand,
the way my life has gone gray

today
im missing yesterday
where there was light, warmth, and you clearly in my sight

today
i preyed, that my yesterdays
where here today

Submitted: Tuesday, February 12, 2008

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