David A Velasquez

All That I Miss - Poem by David A Velasquez

All that I miss

I miss you, I miss all of you

I miss the sound of your voice

I miss the smell of you skin

I miss seeing your body

With my finger tips and hands

I miss kissing you

I miss Showers together

And being jealous of the water

That's on places of your body

I haven't kissed yet

I miss our fights, and saying

I'm sorry with our bodies in bed

I miss your smile dimples

And the way they grow whenever you laugh

I miss waking up next to you

I miss running my fingers through

Your hair, how it puts me to sleep

I miss the massages I gave you

And noises you made when I rubbed your feet.

I miss taking the our kids out for the day

I missed the signs,

I missed being there

I missed you needing me

I missed your hand for help

I missed you feeding me

And the romance that we shared

I missed it all

You missed me the most

And didn't see

I missed my family for work

I missed my life going by

Seeing all that I Missed

Is now what I MISS

I miss my wife.

I miss my life.

Comments about All That I Miss by David A Velasquez

  • Ramesh Rai (10/23/2014 3:10:00 AM)

    I miss your smile dimples
    And the way they grow whenever
    you laugh
    lovely lines.
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  • Robert Melliard (12/17/2008 11:05:00 AM)

    This poem shows you really miss someone (if it refers to your real life) but I find the words 'I miss' and 'I missed' are used too often, so the poem becomes repetitive. You could use 'and' instead sometimes.

    Best wishes, Robert.
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Poem Edited: Saturday, December 20, 2008

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