Missing You So

Poem By lorissa cowan

I stare out into moonless night,
thinking about everything,
wishing I could hear your voice.

but I know I will never hear your voice again,
I whispered your name into the wind,
knowing I won't get anything in return,
I stare into the starry sky,
wishing for something that will never come.

I let the tears fall,
knowing I'll never see you again,
but I can't help but dream,
seeing you again; even if its in another life.

but I have to be honest with myself,
I don't know how I've made it without you there,
keeping me grounded when all I want to do is fall apart,
grandma you meant everything to me.

I want you hear,
but I know its not possible,
I guess I'm trying to say,
is that grandma I miss you

Comments about Missing You So

A nice poetic imagination, lorissa. You may like to read my poem, Love and Lust. Thanks
A nice tribute to a grandma from a grand daughter.


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