Without Him - Poem by Daniel Adams
Without him I am alone,
Loving texts he'll send to my phone.
But the dull aching pain, it never goes away,
I miss him more and more each day.
Apart in body, but together in spirit,
You don't know how much I wish you'd unprohibit.
I wish him here, here with me,
I miss him Mum, can't you see?
Without him, my days are dull,
The removal of the very thing that makes my life full.
Why can't you stop this aching pain,
Why won't everything be the same again?
Without him, every day feels the same,
My heart, it cries at the sound of his name.
You know I love him, Mum you know my pain.
Why can't it be like it used to be again?
I miss his closeness, I miss his touch,
I miss his cuddles, his love and such.
I need him here, here with me,
I miss him Mum and I want us to be.
Mum I need you to give us a chance,
We'll prove our love and our great romance.
My heart it calls out for him, rings out in skies above,
Can't you see Mum, your baby's in love.
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