I Miss You

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Three years had pass…

thought of you lingers,

memories so clear,

I can hold you really clear.

I miss you, I know for sure!

Three years had pass..

scent of you lingers,

running through the air,

I can kiss you near.

I miss you, I know for sure!

Three years had pass..

your soft cuddly touch embraces,

creeping through my being,

I can get closer even a thing.

I miss you , I know for sure!

Three years had pass..

hearing your sweet voice,

sincerely saying, “I love you baby”,

I can say ” I love you too, just stay”.

I miss you, I know for sure!

Three years had pass…

leaving me by surprise,

I was hurt, I was broken,

I can cry, I can scorn.

I miss you, I know for sure!

Three years had pass..

on this day in a mass,

I spoke to say goodbye,

a daughter’s eulogy and lullaby.

I miss you DAD, I know for sure!!

P.s.

It’s been three years dad, and i am still missing you. I hope your happy up there….Oh by the way..Happy Birthday too!!

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23 Replies to “I Miss You”

  1. I wonder what it would have been like to have had a father whose death one would mourn; whose absence one would sense, not as a relief but as an emptiness and a loss… I wonder.

  2. Such a beautiful tribute to your Dad. I know he is only a whisper away.. And he hears your thoughts and still feels your love for sure..
    LOVE binds us through all of eternity.. And I so feel this poem.. as I still miss my Dad also.. xxx

    1. Thanks Sue..his passing hit me the biggest..as i never get to say goodbye to him…

      And i honestly am in the position to say how i waisted so many times to be with him when he was well and alive…

      Ahhhhh..if only..

      1. Please do not hold onto any guilt over this.. Life is Life and I do not expect my children to with calling in to see me all the time.. And I am sure he appreciated you all the more when you did visit .. Hugs xx<3

  3. So beautiful and heartfelt. It’s two months today since I lost my mum, I’m sure I’ll still be feeling heartache in three years. Lovely tribute to your dad.

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