melissa louise smith


missing you


Awake thinking at night
Thinking about the days we were happy,
our good memories

Im so sad, tears are flowing
heart is aching
Trying to smile so noone sees the pain

Missing you, missing the old days,
The ones where you held me tight
while whispering in my ear and playing with my hair,
I miss you, I miss the old days.

Missing you, missing the old days
when the little things you did took my breath away

I miss when you would say I was beautiful and that
you would never love another

I miss our late ngiht cuddles
where we wouldn't let go

kissing my body, carressing my body,
driving me crazy, makin sure i enjoyed it
until I couldnt take nomore
making me feel so good

Missing you, missing the old days
when I was your everything
When my screams
were laughs
my tears were
smiles
missing you, missing the olds days
when I felt loved and cared for
wanting our love to bloom and fo
our happiness to restore

I miss the little things we used to do
I miss feeling special to you
I miss everything

Missing you, missing the old days

Submitted: Thursday, October 10, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 11, 2013
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