Lilibeth Sacmar Apat
But I Can'T Tell You So - Poem by Lilibeth Sacmar Apat
I miss you from time to time
Can't blame myself, that's right
It's no longer so intense, I don't have to sigh
Still, I miss you from time to time.
I miss your cute smile
I miss your big brown eyes
I even miss your birthmark
Though I don't recall which side that was.
I miss the anecdotes you used to share with me
Your patience in all of my temper displays
I miss the laughter that we had, even for the most simple things
I really miss those days - of peanut, banana cue and cake.
I miss the cutting of classes that we did
The sharing of lab notes, chow, and problem sets
The borrowing of books, money, and just anything
Even the sharing of spoon, glass and plate.
I miss the enrolment blues we used to have each sem
The scheduling of subjects for us to be in the same class always
Even the booklet making we both enjoyed so much
I miss them all
Oh, how I miss you very much!
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