Treasure Island

Ronald Chapman


Missing You


I miss you, my beautiful friend.
I can't understand these feelings.
They seem so strange to me.

But still!

I miss you, and feel very lonely without you.
It's so hard for me to go.
This hurts so much!

Because, I miss all that we do.

Somebody I want to be with; a beautiful, kind,
Patient, and smiling you.

I do understand why this can never happen.

But still!

Is this so impossible to do?

What is this called, that I feel for you?

Submitted: Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, July 23, 2014

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