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About the Poem

We all get separated from the ones we love. This poem talks about my feelings when my love was away from me and my thoughts about him and the times we shared.

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misty
i found your poem very heart felt, two thumbs up.
Jessica
I thought it was cute.

Wish You Were Here

When sitting here looking at
the stars, talking to them,
how I wished you were here.

When sailing through the valley,
listening to the music of the stream flowing,
how I wished you were here.

when walking on the carpet of autumn leaves,
through the jungle of pines,
how I wished you were here.

When watching the golden rays
coming through trees,
how I wished you were here.

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