kaeyee khawlhring


Missing You - Poem by kaeyee khawlhring

If you ask me how much i miss you, you will not believe me if i say
'I miss you on mornings when i wake up. I wish you could be by my side and i wish you'd be the first thing that i see when i open my eyes each morning, each day everyday
I miss you before lunch and i wish you'd pull out my chair and sit beside me and i'd tell you about how i missed you in my dreams. Coz even in my dreams i miss you
I miss you during the days as the sun shines and sets between the mountains. I wish we could see the sun set together. You'll hold my hands and i will-yours
I miss you during dinner. I wish you'd dine with me and sit across the table and i'd tell you how i spent the day. You know i love to talk about lots of things. Actually i love to talk about everything. I would go on and on and you'd be bored by the end but you'll pretend like you like my stories. But who cares? Because we'd be together and that's all that matters.
I miss you when i go to sleep and that's when i miss you the most. Because this bed is too big for one and i feel alone and that makes me feel lonely. I wish you'd be the one to sleep beside me every night. I'd make the bed for us and you'll tuck me in. We'll talk for a lil bit-maybe for a minute or two and you'll kiss me good night and i will eventually fall to sleep. Until then you 'll cradle my head on your chest and i'll put my arms around you through the night and you'd be the first thing that i'll see in the morning.
All these things are my wishes everyday.
I miss you a lot..'
And believe me...
That is how much i miss you
Again - i miss you

Topic(s) of this poem: lonely


Comments about Missing You by kaeyee khawlhring

  • Kumarmani Mahakul (1/24/2016 12:42:00 PM)


    Wonderful expression of loneliness shared on here. Wise drafting shared on.10 (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 23, 2016

Poem Edited: Saturday, January 23, 2016


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