I’ll be missing you


I'll be missing you

They say that time will heal all wounds I know that
Could be true, It's the lonely in-be-tween times
That I start missing you
Every time you cross my mind I think you're here
with me, then I sadly realize that it just couldn't be
But then I just can't help but see your memories
Everywhere, like your coffee cup, your old worn hat
And there sits your empty chair. Then I'll just be
Thinking of the places we would go, the people we
Would meet, and see a person we both know.
Then I look around and see a gift you've given me
Our picture in its frame, and your favorite program
On T.V. Then I start remembering someplace we had
To be and the things we use to do, then I start
Missing you. And sometimes out of nowhere your
Smiling face I see, I feel your hand inside of mine
Then it seems your here with me, and then somedays
It feels, so long we've been apart, but neither time or
Distance will erase you from my heart. Then I began
To realize, and it makes me sad and blue, that many
Day and nights to come I'll be missing you
Jac Judy A. Campbell

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