To Feel Your Embrace - Poem by Barbara Haskell
Years, since our time of bread and wine,
but each and every day,
thoughts of you enter my mind.
I don't think they'll ever go away.
There is a hole in my heart,
that only your presence can fill.
You took the biggest part,
what's left is next to nil.
I have a longing in my soul,
as if I'm missing a piece of myself,
only you can fill this hole,
it can't be bought with wealth.
Missing you brings tears to my eyes,
as I question the power's that be,
I need answers to my 'why's',
it would take someone far wiser than me.
I just feel empty since you left,
no one can take your place.
You have me feeling so bereft,
I'd give anything to feel your embrace.
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