Jayne Doe

Missing You - Poem by Jayne Doe

Every day is another goodbye to a part of you I'll never get to know,
Except through the words of others,
A distant second to what it must have been.
It just feels like more to forget,
As I struggle to recall what used to be.
We came so close,
But now it's forever goodbye,
Unless someone else helps you say hi,
With a story of that stranger side of you,
One I've never met,
And will never have the chance of forgetting.
You've become a fading memory,
One that I wish I had more of,
Because I can't hear you calling my name anymore,
And when I close my eyes,
Your face isn't the same.
Come back to me,
If only for a moment,
In a quickly passing dream,
Hold my hand and don't let go.
Don't let me go.

Topic(s) of this poem: dead, death, deaths, goodbye, remember, remembrance, stories, story

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 22, 2017

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 22, 2017

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