I Miss You (spoken word)

I miss you in the morning
With sleep still in my eyes
Your breathing so soft
As I fantasize

The breakfast table is empty
Without you, it’s not the same
There isn’t a day that goes by
I don’t call your name

My days feel so empty
With you so far away
Those little things I want to tell you
And ask “how was your day?”

But I think I miss you most of all
When day is done and the sun loses light
I miss laying in your arms,
Holding your hand and kissing you goodnight


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.

5 comments on “I Miss You (spoken word)

  1. A poem that hold such meaning for me, Pam. I love it.

  2. A mesmerizing flow of words about a quiet and mournful heart. ❤

  3. Very bittersweet. I know this feeling. You have described it beautifully.

  4. Captures the feeling well. The ache. The longing.

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