I Miss You

Poem By Faith Elizabeth Brigham

i miss you mostly
in the morning
when i realize
i've still another day
to face without you

sometimes, i miss you
in the late afternoon
when you'd call
and say we'll spend
the weekend together

and then i miss you
in the evening
when losing you
hurts the worst
and i go to sleep alone

Comments about I Miss You

lovely sentiments, just have faith, Faith

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