Winter Raine


Miss You - Poem by Winter Raine

When I entertain the thought
Of maybe seeing you again
My heart begins to flutter
As I think of how it all began.

Our lives are very different now
They never were the same
But I often sit and wonder
What if I had your last name?

The time we spent together
Was a mere second in eternity
Still I always secretly wished
You would forever be with me.

I know you are out there
So I am sending this out now
I wish you all the happiness
That your lifetime will allow.


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 15, 2006



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