Weekly Prompt – One Day

One Day

You were there yesterday
As we shared our lives
Watching silly television shows,
Sharing a bottle of wine
We laughed, we talked
We loved
But that was yesterday

Today, we don’t share much
I drink that bottle of wine alone
I long for your presence in my life
To have you hold my hand
To kiss me, to hold me
To love me
Maybe one day you will again

About Pamela Beckford

I'm a person, poet and a blogger. I have opinions that are solely my own. I am an avid reader and love to connect with people all through my life.

15 comments on “Weekly Prompt – One Day

  1. I must ditto Charles. And I do wish this some day….

  2. Reblogged this on Poetry by Pamela and commented:

    My attempt for this week’s prompt on the Community Storyboard.

  3. I could feel the sadness and don’t know the story. So well done Pam.

  4. So well done, Pam – heartbreaking when what you’ve lost is right there in front of you. I know it was something for the prompt, but it really spoke to me. Well done.

  5. Very well done Pam, very well done.

  6. So heartbreaking… I like that there’s a glimmer of hope at the end.

  7. Awe….I need a hanky. Sounds like comfortable complacency though. Not a loss of desire. 🙂

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