I Miss You - Poem by Cat Ducat
I am afraid.
Afraid of losing you.
You're off to new and better things,
the lonely mockingbird outside my window sings,
reminding me you're gone.
It's been some time since I last saw you,
there's been some things I have gone through,
and I need you... oh, how I need you.
You understand, you took my hand,
You were my eyes in the dark.
When life stooped low,
you picked me up, and showed me where to go.
But now that you're leaving me,
I've lost all direction.
I can't say I blame you for going,
But don't stay away too long,
You're the friend who knows me well
and can sing back to me, my heart's farewell song.
I hope you know I love you...
And I hope you love me too.
But as for now, I miss you.
And hope you miss me too.
I miss you're head resting against my shoulder,
sharing funnel cakes, and riding ferris wheels.
All these memories are laid to rest.
On the day that you leave.
And I hope you know...
I miss you.
And need you more than you could ever know.
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