I Am Missing You
I looked to the east
i looked to the west
i asked my door,
who did you let out?
I went to my bedroom
none was found.
My sitting room hosted me
in a lonely meeting.
My ceiling hung still and watches
my miserable night.
The four cardinal points of my room
stood still and watches me in mockery,
as i gathered the hours of my night in loneliness.
I am missing you.
I am missing you.
The solitude voice echoed from within.
Sitting on the imagination of my mind,
your presence once felt.
My door's wide open to recieve your returning
my bed lie still to feel the warmth of your embrace
when you lay down on it.
I feel my half is gone!
i feel like i am dieing!
I feel jaded.
Please come back home,
come save my dieing soul
longing for you.
I am lost thinking of you,
without you by my side i am lost.
Please come back home
for i am missing you.
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