Lee Pilleteri

Rookie (October 8,1985 / Mobile, Alabama)

I Miss You - Poem by Lee Pilleteri

I miss the way we used to talk
and how things used to be

I miss the way you helped me out
whenever I was in need

I miss the way we would watch a game
almost every single sunday

I miss the days at the ballpark
when you would watch me play

I miss they way you'd make a fuss
at all the little things

I miss the way you smile and hug
and all the joy it brings

But I know that you watch over me now
and I hope I make you proud

I know that you're in heaven now
entertaining a whole new crowd

I think about you everyday
and every night as well

for everyday without you here
is my own personal hell

But I was blessed to share your name
and this I know is true

For I cannot wait until the day
that I am back with you

I've loved you since I can remember
you've blessed me with so much

For even now when you're not here
I somehow feel your touch

I want to honor you everyday
in every way I can

For the greatest honor for me
is to grow to be half this man

The pain has finally gone away
but it is still pretty rough

I just take your advice to heart and I
try to still stand tough

For the day I see you once again
I surely will be glad

For from that day on I know I'll be
nevermore ever sad.


Comments about I Miss You by Lee Pilleteri

  • (5/8/2006 11:09:00 PM)


    For even now when you're not here
    I somehow feel your touch

    I want to honor you everyday
    in every way I can

    For the greatest honor for me
    is to grow to be half this man

    The pain has finally gone away
    but it is still pretty rough

    I just take your advice to heart and I
    try to still stand tough

    For the day I see you once again
    I surely will be glad

    For from that day on I know I'll be
    nevermore

    write carefully, and work hard, read more and more
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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 8, 2006



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