Treasure Island

Amor Olorvida


Christmas Without You


My first Christmas without you
I feel so empty, lonely and blue
I know it wasn’t the same as
In previous years
That together we spent
With full of hopes and dreams.

Certainly, I will miss the things that we usually do
Both we’re looking at bright decorations
Listening Christmas songs
Wrapping gifts for our family and friends, too

As I remember it,
On this special night
Where it is filled with peace
Waiting to hear the Christmas bells
And gave each other a Christmas kiss.

Christmas is coming
All alone i am celebrating
I hope that God will grant
Happiness and love is all I want
Dreaming of a simple life -
A different Christmas wish of mine.

Submitted: Wednesday, December 09, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, May 25, 2010

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