Miss The Most.
ďYou are my sunshine,
my only sunshine.
You make me happy,
when skies are gray.
Youíll never know
how much I love you.
So please donít take
my sunshine away.Ē
I love the way you scratch the back of your neck,
When youíre nervous.
I love your sense of urgency and panic,
Whenever you miss the bus.
I love the way you love me and always for myself,
I love the way you keep my baby picture perched upon your shelf.
I love the way your stubble tickles my chin,
When we kiss.
I love the way you sometimes text me at night,
Calling me your princess.
I love the way whenever you laugh your voice rises,
I love the way you love to think of little romantic surprises.
I love the fact that your legs are so broad and manly,
Full of hair.
I love the fact that if you feel that Iím upset,
Youíll be there.
I love how you love to snuggle up and always be close,
I love how out of everybody you could love, Iím the one you chose.
I love your little embarrassing habits I cannot discuss,
Youíd kill me.
I love it when you wrap your big, muscley arms
And if you decide to leave me, my memory will be your ghost..
Cause Iíll remember all these things, the thing Iíll miss the most.
------- Author's Notes -------
*Words and Music "You Are My Sunshine" are by Jimmy Davis and Charles Mitchell (1940)
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Terrie* (18.104.22.168) -- Wednesday, October 19 2005, 10:21 pm|
I soo enjoyed this one,Emma L, so truthful heartfelt and very sincere..we cain all relate to this, i love the last 2 lines...thanks 4 sharin'
|Mike (22.214.171.124) -- Saturday, October 22 2005, 10:38 pm|
x] For some reason, this seems different than your other poems.. More heartfelt [to steal Terrie's word]. You should show him this. ;)
|Emma (126.96.36.199) -- Friday, December 2 2005, 08:26 am|
He's never been that bothered about my poems, which means I have the freedom to insult him harshly through poetry he never cares to read.
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