Always On My Mind
Itís a dreary Saturday afternoon,
And Iím sitting here alone.
Staring into my computer screen,
Waiting for you to come online.
I miss you so very much,
And I really want to talk to you.
I know youíre out there having fun,
And I wish I was there with you.
Iím trying hard to study,
To get you off my mind.
But as soon as I try to concentrate,
My mind wanders off instinctively.
Youíre on my mind,
More often then you know.
And thereís not a day that goes by,
Without me missing you.
I wish things could be as before,
Where weíll do things as a couple.
And Iíll know the joys and woes you go through,
And to share all of these feelings with you.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Meridian (184.108.40.206) -- Sunday, April 25 2004, 05:01 pm|
Excuse me Charmaine, while I go grab a few kleenexes-----(I'm back)--that was truly, deep-down-to-the-core touching! "Always on My Mind" also looks like you could put a tune to your poem, and make a song out of it!! Nice composed lyrics Charmaine!! I hope your needs will be fulfilled, and most of all, I hope that they find this poetic site, and click into your name, Charmaine, and read your lovely dedication, in the reminiscing category, entitled, "Always on My Mind"...Great one Charmaine!
|Charmaine (220.127.116.11) -- Monday, April 26 2004, 12:05 pm|
Thanks a lot again Meridian for your uplifting comments. They really put a smile to my face, and gives me the motivation to carry on writing. Thank you once again.
|Susy (18.104.22.168) -- Sunday, April 20 2008, 10:10 pm|
Just reminded me of my sweetheart online but i lost him
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