Missing You

Missing You short poem

Photo by YLev


I used to be too proud to admit it.

I was acting like I was fine.
I was smiling.
It was a fake smile, but nobody noticed.

I’m tired of pretending.

I miss you.
I openly and plainly miss you.

I miss the sound of your voice, the way you smile.
I miss your eyes and your gestures,
Your kisses and your hugs.
I miss you in the sun, in the moon, in the air.
I miss you around me,
miss you in my life.

I used to be too proud to admit it,
But now I’m too proud not to…
Now I’m too proud not to.

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