Katherine Gelinas


Waiting For You To Come Home!


When Days Pass I wait and wait
for you to give me a phone call
or a letter
or knock on my door and say 'I`m back'
But Everyday I Have Dreams That You Are Gone..
And Maybe, Just Maybe Im wondering.. That My Dream
Is Coming True..
But I Dont Want to Belive.. Waiting For You Is Torture..
Being Without you Can Break My Heart into pieces..
Being ALL alone in the house With no one around, can be Terrifing, Without You...
Sitting On The couch Looking Every Five Minutes Out The Door,
Praying For You To Come, But Waiting For You Is Killing me..
And I Just Want you to Come Home!

Submitted: Thursday, December 31, 2009
Edited: Friday, January 01, 2010

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