William F Glennon
Missing You - Poem by William F Glennon
There's a hunger that I know I need to escape from.
Moving on becomes easy, it's what you lose that makes it uneasy.
Your scent still lingers in the air. I know I needed the desire
from you, only it's the ending that helped me through my fear.
I know I cannot go another day without knowing you.
How I need you to wrap your arms around me
and tell me you will be my girlfriend.
I do not want this to end.
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