Missing You Poem

Losing A Loved One

The world never seems the same after the loss of a loved one. There'll always be a void in your life that nothing can fill.

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Brother John, though it must hurt so much that you and the love of your life had to part, keep this thought in your heart, the day will come when you and your wife will meet in heaven and...

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I Miss You

John P. Read © more by John P. Read

Published by Family Friend Poems May 6, 2021

I still miss you
As the weeks and years go by.

I still miss you
Like the clouds would miss the sky.

I still miss you
Like a bird without its wings.

I still miss you
Like a flower without the joys of spring.

I still miss you
As I greet another day.

I still miss the love we shared
And the memories we both made.

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ABOUT THE POET:

John Peter Read was born in the East End of London in 1948. He was brought up by his Nan and mother, as his father left home when he was 5 years old. At the age of 15, John left school with just a basic education. While in school, he wrote little rhymes just for fun. A couple of his religious poems were published by the Christian church in...

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Brother John, though it must hurt so much that you and the love of your life had to part, keep this thought in your heart, the day will come when you and your wife will meet in heaven and happily re-unite... Sis Beryl

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