Missing You - Poem by Reanna Thornton
How do I put into words how I feel about you?
Where do I begin?
To have this hole in my heart
Is unbearable and unnormal.
I need you there to fill in the vast void.
I miss your laugh and smile
And the way you make me laugh.
I miss your childlike spirit
And the careless soul that lived in you.
I miss your intellect and wit
And the way you can think of clever comebacks.
I miss you and there are no words to describe it.
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