stephen day dolan

I Miss You - Poem by stephen day dolan

It's strange to think it's nearly four weeks since i held you in my arms
I have seen the moon the stars
I have seen sunsets and sunrises come and go
but nothing compares to looking at your beautiful face

I miss you like a flower misses the sun in depths of winter
You opened my heart and made it yours and until i see your beauty and hold you in my arms agains
My heart i banish to the frozen wastelands awaiting your gentle touch

Your true love holds the key to unlock my adoration and my everlasting love
My love is like the flower unfolding its petals to show its pure beauty as it blossoms into colour as the seasons change to spring

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, December 14, 2011

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