Jennifer Woodland

Miss You - Poem by Jennifer Woodland

I miss you and I can't stand it.
Listening to poetry in my class reminds me of you
And my heart weeps for you.
You live just two and a half hours away but I never see you.
I can't stand it I miss you too much.
My love for you grows and when I hear your voice,
My pain slowly melts away.
And when I finally see you the world doesn't stop time quickens.
Then you leave, sooner than I hoped
Only a couple of hours but I still see you although it's not enough.
I need you to hold me and kiss me.
Tears silently fall when you drive away and they won't stop.
I miss you and I can't stand it.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Poem Edited: Tuesday, March 28, 2006

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