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I was really sad for some reason when I wrote this poem. It was rainy and gloomy, but it's about a girl that really wants her man back, and how great he made her feel.
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Nights Without You
Sleepless, dreamless, hopeless nights,
I wish for you to come.
To fill my eyes with tears of happiness,
and take away this glum.
I wish for you to put your hands around me,
and make me cozy and warm,
and fill my stomach with butterflies and bees,
that so gently swarm.
I wish for you to bring me joy,
when everything seems so bad,
and take me out of this unhappy mood,
that makes me feel so sad.
I wish for you to give me back the memories
that brightened up my heart,
and let us share more of them,
because I do not understand
why we ever did part.
I wish for everything to be as it was,
having soft sleeps filled with dreams and hope tonight,
so that for every coming day there is a shine of light.
Does it have to end like this?
For I'm not back in your arms,
my dreams still torn,
my heart still empty,
my life with no happiness,
my day with no future without you.
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