Laura Carie Dalton

Rookie (July 9,1989 / AL)

Without You - Poem by Laura Carie Dalton

It is so hard to go day to day without you.
I miss you so much.
I wait by my cell every day for your call,
I never miss it.

I wish you would call me more.
That would make me so happy!
I wish you could hear me when I call out your name.

You never call just to chat.
You always have a reason to call.
Everyday without you kills me.

You sounded worried when I told you that I almost passed out today.
If I did pass out,
I would want you behind me to catch me when I fall.
The feeling that I have for you grows stronger each day.
I want you around to control this feeling.

This feeling.
This life.
This body.
This heart.

Is all Without You.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 21, 2008

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