Daniel Wittfoth

Rookie (January 8th,1966)

I Miss You - Poem by Daniel Wittfoth

Should be home right now
not here on this stage
Should'nt be wondering about you
fighting back these lonely tears
while I sing

And I swear sometimes
I don't know
why I keep chasing this dream
When it's you
always on my mind

There I go again
feels like I'm a thousand miles away
I should be glad
to be riding this rainbow high
But inside I feel so damn empty
without you here by my side

Seem so right for so long
now it seems so wrong
in such a short amount of time
I'm tired and when I glance into a mirror
I know the years have truly gone by
I love it and I hate it
but most of all
It's more than I can stand
I miss you

I can paint on a perfect smile
let them all see just what I want
They don't know
how much heart and soul I have given

Now I'm sitting here on stage
my ol' guitar in hand
Yeah the words still flow
but nobody truly knows
I'd walk away in a moment
just to hold you in my arms
never let you go

Seem so right for so long
now it seems so wrong
in such a short amount of time
I'm tired and when I glance into a mirror
I know the years have truly gone by
I love it and I hate it
but most of all
It's more than I can stand
I miss you...

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Poem Submitted: Monday, August 7, 2006

Poem Edited: Monday, August 23, 2010


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