Pamsy Denel

Rookie (20/10/1977 / Nottingham)

My Best Friend - Where Are You - Poem by Pamsy Denel

Since you went away all I have done is cry, do you feel my pain
Do I cry because you cry too, are we both feeling the missing chain
Where are you, I am so lonely and lost without you, it is just not the same
There are so many people out there, you and I was one, but now you have gone
Will we ever be together again, all the things we shared, all the thoughts, fun and laughter

In the park, adventures, walks, gaming, buffets, discovering shandy, choc fudge cake, the meal we cooked together-everything we did-everything we shared.

And the things we have not yet experienced my best friend, oh how I miss your smiley face.
It was our anniversary on the 10th of May, I cried so much that day and have cried since.
I thought you would come back to me, did you think of me or us/
Do you remember the time when we first met, all our sweet memories and the thoughts we shared.

How can this be, the sun is shining so bright and we are not outside together enjoying, special moments.
Your big bright beautiful eyes, your smile, your lips, “you” oh how I miss you.
There is not a day that goes by, that I do not think of you, you are always in my thoughts.
We had a special friendship and we found each other for a special reason.
Why did upset take you away, our friendship means so much more than anything imaginable.

I miss you my best friend, I miss the thoughts we shared and the special moments we spent together, I miss you and I always will.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 2, 2006

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 6, 2010

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