I Miss You - Poem by Marissa Vega
Every day's the same.
I walk past your picture with the same feeling of despair.
It might be pathetic or lame,
But I can't help but wince or stare.
Everytime someone mentions your sweet name.
A feeling of emptiness bestows over me.
Like a cloud,
But that cloud is grey.
And my thoughts are loud.
Have you ever missed a love one?
So dear so kind?
You never thought they'd leave so quickly.
And never realized the dread they leave behind.
We all mourn and cry.
So why hide the feelings behind the mask?
Sometimes one has the need to look away.
But at the end of the day,
you'll be the one to cry last.
Topic(s) of this poem: death, depression, mourn, mourning, sad
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