brian musonda


A Thousand Miles Apart Poem by brian musonda


A thousand miles apart but in my heart it is like i am looking at you....and my heart sees only you................ A thousand miles apart but just a thought of you keeps me warm through a cold rainy day........... A thousand miles apart but when I focus on the voices inside me I can hear you loud and clear...............A thousand miles apart but this love gets stronger each day................A thousand miles apart but you that's all what my imagination is about........and when i close my eyes i see only you my love and in my heart is where you always stay............when i am sleeping i always search for you in my dreams and i can be anywhere on this earth but no one on this earth can touch this heart of mine like you which has your name tattooed on it............A thousand miles apart but when my heart is filled with questions and sadness i look back to the happy times we spent together...............and i look forward to holding you in my arms once again.........This love so strong not even a thousand miles can stand between us.

Submitted: Monday, January 6, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, January 7, 2014

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