sweet seven

Rookie (26th of December 1979 / Philippines)

I Miss Everything About You

Poem by sweet seven

I was walking down the hallway
When a guy pass by running away
I thought it was you for he looks like you
That time sigh was all I can do

As I continue to walk by
Another guy catches my eye
For he had the same hairdo as you do
Even the eyeglasses you used to wear to

Noticed lovers walking hand and hand
With the sweet smiles on their lips
All of this stuff made me realize
That I am missing you by my side

Suddenly my cellphone beeps
Wishing it was a message to keep
From my one and only sweet
Who got all the magic

I miss the way you burp
Even the way you pretend to snore
Your cute way of saying “’na mo! ”
And the way you touch my nose too

I miss your laughter and your smiles
Especially your hand into mine
I miss you hand around my waist
And the way you ask for a simple kiss

I also miss you natural scent
And the way I smell it on you neck
I miss your text messages
And your little surprises (sigh)

I miss everything about you sweet
Please come home and tell me once more
Magic is worth believing and fighting for
And that we are destined to be forevermore


01.14.06


Comments about I Miss Everything About You by sweet seven

  • Elen De Guzman (3/10/2010 8:12:00 PM)

    , ..deep sigh...it reminds me of me b4..haha...kip on writing! !(Report)Reply

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  • Marisol Smith (4/27/2009 5:19:00 PM)

    I love this poem...i hope I never have to feel this way. Its beautiful..keep writing..
    -Mare(Report)Reply

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  • Jennifer RondeauJennifer Rondeau (1/15/2006 11:31:00 PM)

    Wow thats good I can feel what you're saying cuz I feel the same way: ((Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 15, 2006

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 18, 2006