Lawrence S. Pertillar

Gold Star - 58,857 Points (February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Since I Lost You - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar

You make me think about what's missing in my life,
Since I lost you.
Since I lost you.

And all I do now is to try to make things right,
Since I lost you.
Since I lost you, baby!

All day and through the night,
You're on my mind so much.
And all day and through the night,
I feel I broke us up.
All day and through the night,
I want to feel your touch.
That touch I once had I thought then was enough.

All day and through the night,
You're on my mind so much.
And all day and through the night,
I feel I broke us up.
All day and through the night,
I want to feel your touch.
That touch I once had I thought then was enough.

You make me think about what's missing in my life,
Since I lost you.
Since I lost you, baby!

All day and through the night,
I pray you want me back.
And all day and through the night,
My mind is on attack...
And I know what's causing that.

All day and through the night,
You're on my mind so much.
And all day and through the night,
I feel I broke us up.
All day and through the night,
I want to feel your touch.
That touch I once had I thought then was enough.

All day and through the night,
I pray you want me back.
And all day and through the night,
My mind is on attack...
And I know what's causing that,
I want you back.
In the sack.

You make me think about what's missing in my life,
Since I lost you.
Since I lost you.

And all I do now is to try to make things right,
Since I lost you.
Since I lost you, baby!

All day and through the night,
I want to report you missing.
All day and through the night,
I want to call 911 to tell somebody what you've done.

All day and through the night,
I want to report you missing.
All day and through the night,
I want to call 911 to tell someone....
What YOU have done done to ME.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 13, 2011



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