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On Books by Duke Sekhon Books need to be treated as living entities and not mere commodities since they are testimonials of hu... [63 words]
Dare If You Care by Amarjit Bhambra - [67 words]
A Lost Soul by Amarjit Bhambra A poem based on what drinking can do. [79 words]
I Am Your.. by Buxton Welcome to my poetry....HATE/LOVE. [172 words]
This Evening I Want To Think About You! by Dri Cook - [176 words]
My Endless Love For You! by Dri Cook A tribute to eternal love, the type love that lasts forever, love that not everyone is... [169 words]
Poems Book Two by E Daugherty - [503 words]
Poem Book One by E Daugherty - [936 words]
I Love You As My Man! by Dri Cook To the one who will walk with me, the journey of life.... [268 words]
A Man And A Woman by Dri Cook Biography, spiritual and also mystical! And of course, a love story that I lived in the past! [164 words]
Fly, Eagle, Fly! by Dri Cook Soar, baby, soar! You're born to be free! [151 words]
You My Friend by Kristen Gail Diana Ritthaler Its about a friendship. [181 words]
Why Now by B Galindo A friend's apology that came too late. [134 words]
What I See by Okkida A poem. [307 words]
What Happens by Lucy Midnight Hurt feelings, Lost loved ones, etc. [88 words]
What An Experience by Amarjit Bhambra An experience in India. [118 words]
What A Shame! by Dri Cook To Lucy, my daughter, the apple of my eyes. [234 words]
Void by Inchara Emptiness experienced within oneself. [86 words]
Unexpectedly! by Dri Cook Not always words are necessary! [76 words]
Twaddle by Amarjit Bhambra The title speaks for its self. Twaddle(senseless, talk or writing nonsense) I like it - I hope you like... [26 words]
Trust by Inchara It is about trusting in god. [154 words]
Tommorow I Laugh by Buxton A physical view on somewhere I cannot explain. [171 words]
Time To Tell Stories! by Dri Cook There is a time for everything in life! [180 words]
Time To Make Choices! by Dri Cook Should we stay in a marriage that faded away despite every single effort, or should we ru... [212 words]
Time Slips By by Christina Aspears - [71 words]
The Whole World's Going Crazy by Brion' O Neil TODAY! [172 words]
The Whole Struggle by Katrina Browne - [173 words]
The Thief Of Hearts by Dixie Wells - [121 words]
The Suns' Gonna Shine by Brion' O Neil The sun always shines! [119 words]
The Song by Babie Blue The song remembers, no matter how hard you try to forget. [171 words]
The Nothing by Keri McGriff - [19 words]
The Heart by Dri Cook - [12 words]
The Habit Of Being Gay by Skyler Drevan This poem is in response to those who think that being gay is a "phase" or "habit" only ... [87 words]
The Girl With Broken Wings by Dri Cook - [217 words]
The Dawning Of A Seattle Morning (To Doc Bryon) by E Rocco Caldwell I wrote this poem a bit ago but never liked it. With the passin... [78 words]
Spoken Word by Keri McGriff - [44 words]
Spain Joins The Pain by Stuart Eric Longridge A disgusting distraction of the worst kind. [166 words]
Softer Than Silk by Kennedy O Obohwemu Speaks of a special quality of love...composed 11/05/03. [93 words]
Sinful Perfumes. by Hannah Poem. [122 words]
Simplicity by Reagan Rothe Simple... sweet... sentimental... [118 words]
Silk Razors by Sasu I expected this world to be a bit nicer than it is, why are we so nasty sometimes? [114 words]
See What You Do To Me? by Dri Cook A song, a poetry, whatever...yes, Brian?? [103 words]
Sea by Avis My first poem, wrote it when I was 15. Am pretty embarassed abt the amateur style. [145 words]
Rain (2) by Ashley Burdett Just a poem about what it feels like to stand in a rainstorm. [168 words]
Path Of Love by Inchara It is about Love. [70 words]
Other Place by Brion' O Neil Is it Heaven? [132 words]
Open by E Daugherty - [35 words]
One Men's Life by Bhambra Husband and wife. [64 words]
On My Stickhorse I Ride by Brion' O Neil Something that is vanishing... childhood pretend play; with a bit of nostalgia thrown i... [119 words]
On Abortion by Avis My guttural reaction when I watched a documentary on abortion in school. [113 words]
Of You by E Daugherty - [42 words]
Of Poetry And Rhymes by Dixie Wells - [122 words]
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Night (Translation Of Noapte) by Boris Merner This is the english version of "Noapte" (translated for Storymania). This poem wa... [85 words]
My Mind by Keri McGriff - [22 words]
My Heart Still Bleeds! by Dri Cook There are days the past still haunts us, like a bad dream that we know will fade away wh... [71 words]
Mr. Clown by Melissa Smith A twist on people not being what they seem. [100 words]
Miss You
Marriage Blues by Inchara This relates to the initial stages of married life. [151 words]
Little Gothic Princess by Mistress This poem reflects a time in my life when I got caught up with the wrong people. I'd app... [99 words]
Like Waking by Rae - [86 words]
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I've Learned! by Dri Cook At the end, to live is such a wonderful adventure, isn't it? [264 words]
It's That Simple: I Want You! by Dri Cook A mixture of ingredients. [147 words]
Is It Still Today? by Skyler Drevan A poem about everyday life. [196 words]
Insignificance by P J Francis Life's meanings and hardships. [71 words]
Impecunious by Amarjit Bhambra A poem about work without money! [128 words]
Immortal by Buxton - [103 words]
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I'm Forced To Say by Dri Cook I wrote this poem from a male perspective. The "she" part of the poem is me. [123 words]
I Wish Mothers Were Like Angels... by Dri Cook To my Mom...someone who deserves my unconditional love and respect, no matte... [337 words]
I Saw Your Double Today by Louisa Duncan After six months I thought I was really over you, but your double made me think twice. [249 words]
I Love You As A Friend by Dri Cook To JAG, my first friend in here! [105 words]
I Can't Thank You Enough by Katrina Browne - [177 words]
I Can Say IíM Glad by Roberto J Moreno - [146 words]
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His Plan by G Kemp There is hope in His Plan. [82 words]
Hidden... by Deadjerry - [54 words]
Hey, You! by Dri Cook Somehow, we all can contribute to make this world a better place to live! [120 words]
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Dropping Tears! by Dri Cook - [128 words]
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B. R. I. A. N. by Dri Cook Of course this is for BRIAN O'NEIL, another wonderful pen friend I have in here. [150 words]
Another Beggar's At The Door by Skyler Drevan - [221 words]
Andaman by Inchara Its experience cum despcription about Andaman. [225 words]
Addicts, Sex, And Suicide by Lucy Midnight ... [95 words]
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About My Sisters by D G Williford Life is short... just ask Doc and Judith...I am very close to my sisters and wanted to pay tri... [95 words]
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A Lifetime Friendship by K Brown - [171 words]
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A Beautiful Wedding by Babie Blue Long Time Love Somehow Lost. [77 words]
2 Lovers And A Sexy Moon! by Dri Cook A dream! [61 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
Miss You
DESCRIPTION
A love letter expressing the pangs of being away from a lover.
[210 words]
TITLE KEYWORD
Romance
AUTHOR
Avis
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[August 2006]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (12)
Blood & Tears (Poetry) Love is not sunshine and roses. Love is dark, deep, twisted, cruel, euphoric agony. A mortal woman speaks of her love for a Vampire. [283 words] [Romance]
Charmed (Poetry) A poem which got itself written for man who stole a girl's heart. [243 words] [Romance]
God? (Poetry) - [110 words] [Spiritual]
I Met Him For The Last Time (Short Stories) Narrative monologue. I think the title speaks for itself. [1,096 words] [Relationships]
Maybe... (Poetry) A Bold, Brave poem which reveals it all and yet coyly admits nothing. [354 words] [Romance]
Medical-Shedical (Short Stories) Narration of annual general medical exam. [1,548 words] [Humor]
On Abortion (Poetry) My guttural reaction when I watched a documentary on abortion in school. [113 words] [Crime]
Our First Meeting (Genres) My thoughts of our first meeting. [648 words] [Romance]
Sea (Poetry) My first poem, wrote it when I was 15. Am pretty embarassed abt the amateur style. [145 words] [Nature]
The Wedding Reception (Short Stories) - [1,893 words] [Humor]
Verse In Whimsy (Poetry) Verse written in a whimsical mood. [56 words] [Fantasy]
Withoutyou (Poetry) - [150 words] [Erotic]
Miss You
Avis


I feel so odd writing this letter but I really have to say
Iím missing you terribly. I toss n turn the nights away
Time is at a standstill. Between us many a mile
Each moment lasts forever. Iíve forgotten how to smile
I miss you a lot

All my days are empty. My nights eternity
Without your words, your smile, your voice
I plead insanity
I softly cry into my pillow. Awaiting your return
I hope youíre enjoying your hols in the sun, take care, please donít burn
I miss you a lot

Every time my phone rings. My heart begins to race
And when I learn it isnít you. A tear runs down my face
When you come back I promise. Iíll never let you go
Smother you with kisses. Show you, I love you so
Oh, I miss you a lot

I wish you knew how much I need you
Miss you, miss you, miss you, miss you
Iím restless n miserable without you
Even if its for a moment, I hope you miss me too
I miss you a lot

One day you will truly leave me, and far away youíll go
I too shall have to walk away, all joy I will forgo
But the words I say today, will forever be so true
Lots of love, hugs and kisses from your dear sweetheart

P.S. I miss you


 

READER'S REVIEWS (8)
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"This is the best of the lot but does not reflect the real you so is this the hidden side of you? " -- Jitendra Pande.
"Heart aches ! Painfully real ! I like this poem. " -- Suz, Sharjah, UAE.
"Avis..your author description speaks of violent emotion...which is clearly evident thoughout much of your writing...passion, vulnerability and denial...a heady combination and compelling read...nice work..." -- taylor triste.
"u have used alot of emotions in ur poem. the poem is thick with feelings and makes one aware of the pains that one goes through in life. feelings of anxiety worry fear and hope are all seen together in the poem and one has to realise that the poet also adds dejection and surrender to circumstances. this makes the reading very rich and complex. " -- Sharon.
"speaks words of millions of women who have loved, given and not received, I love it." -- louisa, aberdeen.
"Has been many years, but this brings it all back. Especially, enjoyed the use of the refrain after each stanza. If i may, at the end - - "Lots of love, hugs and kisses, Dear, and . . ./P.S. I miss you." Not a criticism, just a thought. It's a real fine piece; enjoyed it very much." -- d_wells, Fairmount.
"Thats very loving and sad in its own, i loved it, one problem for me though: the use of 'n' i found was a little too colloquial for me in this piece. But it wsa great" -- Josh / Axey.
":) For a moment I thought I am a part of what I was reading :). A fantastic poem." -- Rohit, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.

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© 2004 Avis
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
March 2004
NUMBER OF TIMES TITLE VIEWED
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