Wilfred Mellers

Veteran Poet - 1,784 Points (March 5,1962 / Kinston, Jamaica, West Indies)

How I Will Miss Her Much - Poem by Wilfred Mellers

How I Will Miss Her Much

Written by: Wilfred Mellers, Sunday, October 25,2009

The girl that I adore
She loves me no more
She said she could love no other
Now she's run off with another

God, please tell me why
Who will dry the tears I cry
The odds we could not defy
Feel like I could lie down and die

Now here comes the rain
I can't stand all the pain
Feels like I am going insane
For my life seems down the drain

Logic tells me I have to let you go
But God knows I love you so
Feel like I should just stop trying
But in my heart, there's no denying

Drawn to you like magnet to steel
Heartache is now what I feel
Life now seems so surreal
This time, the hurt will never heal

The girl that I so adore
I know she loves me no more
She said she could love no other
Ripped and run off now with another

Now my world is falling apart
How could she break my heart?
All others I placed her above
I was a fool to ever fall back in love

Now I can't escape the pain
A fool to fall in love again
Nothing ventured nothing gained
For her, I could have never maintained

Her affections I am still vying
Though I know I should stop trying
She sends my heart still flying
Now my eyes need some drying

How I hate those sad goodbyes
No songs of sad lullabies
Interludes no longer gratify
Whispered words once an outcry

Sweeter she was more than honey
Every word she spoke seemed so funny
She made my days so bright and sunny
I Elmer Fudd and she bug's bunny

She use to fill my heart with glee
Gone now she is away from me
She was all that I could see
Now so shall it ever be

She remains a beautiful sight
Seldom days pass by lonely candlelight
Gone now are the tender touch
How I will miss her so much

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 25, 2009

Poem Edited: Sunday, September 18, 2016

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