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So Much of Me Belongs to You

Filed in Love Poetry, Missing Someone by on April 29, 2009 0 Comments • views: 2621

My love for you fell on my heart
like the weight of ten thousand drops
For I awoke from sleep, and I did weep
Lonely is my heart for you

The tears they fill my eyes
as this pen scribbles words of love
I want you so
I want you to know
Please don’t go
I love you so
The miles between us they grow
but somehow I’m able to see
that without I’de be
forever alone, forever at sea

I awoke you from sleep
to see if you weep
for my love as I do yours
I needed a gentle word
a soft voice
a tear
to compensate for the emptiness
of your not being here

So much love,
so much crying,
so much caring,
so much loneliness,
so much…….

By Barbara Tremblay Cipak

Love Poem: I had written this poem when I was 19 years old (*ahem, just a few years ago*). This poem is about being far away from someone you love and waking up in the middle of the night to find yourself consumed with loneliness. So you pick the phone up, (middle of the night or not) and call and hope the person you love won’t be upset about disturbing their sleep. More than that, you hope they can’t sleep either. Absence does make the heart grow fonder, but in this case, there was already deep love. This love poem is about missing the one you love. It’s a long-distance love poem.

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