Missing Her - Poem by Britney Wrighthardie
I'm missing the way she laughed
I'm missing her so bad
Cause I even missed the she chews her food
Like no one else is around.
I miss the way she held me as nothin else mattered.
I miss the way we joked around,
And argued about the dumbest things but never got serious.
Oh how I'm going to miss those weird things she'd say.
Like that's weird every second even though it got on my nerves.
But most of all what I'll miss the most
Is the way I held her as if she was my rib because she is
And the way she told me she loved me.
Now our fairy tale the would any once upon time story jealous
Has come to an end
And I'll never forget that day cause that was the day I vowed we'd be together again.
It was also the day I cried like a little kid who's lost their bestfriend.
Cause honestly I did
But I loved her the best way I could and I guess it wasn't enough.
I hope she finds love again as painful as that is
I want her to be happy even though I'm not.
But that girl if she ever needed me
That'd come running with open arms
For she is my Mrs. Wright
And my Always and forever
I love you Amber D. Rivera
Even though in my heart it'll always say
I love you Amber D. Wright
Just promise to miss me too
Cause I miss you more
But I really want you to promise me you'll always remember our love.
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