Where are you my darling

krrymarie By krrymarie, 28th Oct 2010 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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A poem I wrote back in 2007.
This poem are just words that came to me one day.
I think a lot of people feel like this though when they want, love or wish they were with someone.

Where are you my darling.

Where are you my darling?
You're like a passing in the night,
A shadow walking past me,
As I lay silent in my bed.

Where are you my darling?
I lay beside you, but you are not there,
where do you go, when you're.
In your bed alone?

Where are you my darling?
As I turn over to look at you,
but you are not there,
were you there at all,
or was I only dreaming?

Where are you my darling?
As I wake up slowly,
with the sunlight shinning through,
laying warm on my naked body.

Where are you my darling?
I turn over to look at you,
the pillow beside me cold, and empty,
you were not here at all.
Only in my dreams.

Where are you my darling?
Are you alone in your bed?
Where do you go when you are sleeping?



Dream, Dreaming, Dreams, Loneliness, Lonely, Poem Of The Heart, Poem On Love, Poem Poetry, Poems

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author avatar krrymarie
I am new to all this, I enjoy writing poetry, haiku's and and anything that interests me in general.
I enjoy poetry, reading, photography, listening to music of all kinds, playing world of war craft.

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author avatar Denise O
4th Nov 2010 (#)

I have felt this way before as I am sure most folks have.
I love the flow, good job.
Thank you for sharing.:)

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author avatar D in The Darling
6th Dec 2010 (#)

Simple answer,
I'm here my darling! What took you so long to come into my life? Do you know how much we'd have achieved together? But worry n more darling! Till death do us part my darling!
"Hahahaha" That was beautiful! Straight from the heart! Thanks for sharing!

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