Dear, are you there?
Are you waiting for me?
When I took you home
I was so alone, oh, you mean
So much to me,
And oh how I want to be with thee,
It is so lonely when we are apart.

Dear, are you there?
Are you waiting for me?
When we are alone,
Things feel at home
Me just sitting there
Holding you.
But when you are
Gone, it is so cold
And ever so wrong
Without you here
With me.

Dear, are you there?
Are you waiting for me?
Please do not send me away
For I cannot stand these awful
Times when we are apart.
Dear are you there
Are you waiting for me?


 

By Tom (tomWYO@aol.com)

 

 

 

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poems and stories by our other authors.


A Grandpa's Love

About Those Penguins

In The Distance

The New Year And What I Can See From Here

The Calendar

Kissing And Hugging

Birds

The Sheltered Heart

Hugs And Kisses





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The featured image is a Photograph by Mike (Hezull@aol.com).
Mike is a former neighbor of mine who now lives in Manhattan.
The image is a Saks Fifth Avenue window decoration at Christmastime.