sabrina seriva

Rookie (1996 / oklahoma)

I Miss You


I miss sleeping with him, 
Just laying next to him, 
watching him fall asleep, 
Listening to his heart beat, 
Watching his chest rise and fall, 
Kisses his cheek, 
Him putting his arm around me, 
Like if he didn’t id disappear.
I miss kissing him to wake him up, 
Then lying there just staring, 
And saying good morning, 
Even if it was noon, 
Just laying there and cuddling, 
Until we woke up completely, 
I miss playing video games with him, 
and pausing just to kiss him, 
I miss him holding me, 
Rubbing my tummy, 
Kissing my cheek, 
Holding my hand, 
Saying..
“I love you” 
I miss going through my tumblr, 
And how he got mad at my post, 
About “I hate being fat”, 
And tons of trigger posts, 
I miss how he got mad, 
And grabbed me and said…
” you are beautiful, 
I don’t care that your chubby, 
And you aren’t worthless You're my everything' I miss him so much

Submitted: Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, June 19, 2013

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