Adam Smitherman

Rookie (2/28/94 / Craziest Town ever!)

Here Without You - Poem by Adam Smitherman

One day I'll part the sea.
Don't believe me.
Watch and see.
I'll be like moses.
But this time I'll be carrying a bouquet of roses.
Their isn't a day that don't I miss you
I hate being here without you.
These times alone I hard to get through.
Miles of ocean can't separate us.
Maybe it's a test of trust.
These words come from my heart.
Not from my mind.
Wait maybe it's a little of both combined.
Their's only left for me to say.
I hate being here without you every single day.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 26, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, May 27, 2011


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