Marcquiese Burrell

Rookie - 164 Points (2/21/1987 / Baltimore, MD)

Christmas (Don't Leave Me Lonely)


the snow is falling
my heart is calling
Just wanting you around
got me feeling a little down

everyone is feeling the christmas cheer
everyone except me, my baby is not here
christmas just don't feel like christmas
without you near, don't leave me lonely
for christmas

Can't keep from crying these tears
miss you most this time of year
if only you were here
sit infront the fireplace
keep each other warm
our hearts filled with holiday cheer

everyone is feeling the christmas cheer
everyone except me, my baby is not here
christmas just don't feel like christmas
without you near, don't leave me lonely
for christmas

christmas time is here
when all around me reminds me
Just why I don't want to be feeling lonely
bright lights on the tree
Stockings filled
christmas jingles playing all day long
it brings on the sadness
I just want you here
baby come home to me
don't leave me lonely
for christmas

Submitted: Tuesday, May 06, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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