I miss your hair and your gorgeous face,
The way you never seemed out of place.
I miss your laugh and your crooked smile,
The times we would spend walking for miles.
I miss seeing your perfect white teeth,
When I looked at you, my heart skipped a beat.
I miss your touch and your gentle hands,
Almost making me too weak to stand.
I miss your big, brilliant blue eyes,
Staring at them always made me sigh.
I miss the way we’d walk around town,
The ways it was impossible to frown.
I miss all our graveyard walks,
And everyone one of our late night talks.
I miss, most of all, your tender kiss,
Almost too difficult to resist.
(Written/Submitted by Samantha Fortner)