Tiana Webb

Rookie - 3 Points (March 19th 1997 / Tumut)

Far Away Lover


I lay in my bed and think about you
I love you so much I don't know what to do
I feel your warmth at my side
The pain in my heart moves to my eyes
So far away yet always so near
You are the reason I am still here.

I await the times when we can talk
I await the times we can finally hold hands and walk
To feel you for real... so close to me
The happiest person in the world is what you would make me.

Your eyes shine like a million suns
You shine more brightly than anyone
Your smile so sweet can help but make me smile
It stops my world even for a little while
I await the time when my hand is in yours
To hear you say those 3 little words.

There are still no words I can say to describe
My heart it aches and my eyes they cry
But when we talk my heart flies
you always wipe away the tears I cry.

Even thought you aren't here
And I miss you so much my dear
I'll love you forever and ever
I'll always love you my far away lover.

Submitted: Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Edited: Sunday, April 07, 2013

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