I Miss You Telling Me I Look An Absolute State

On my blog this week, I'm pleased to post a poem from a fledging author, Dan Hayter. I'm sure he'd be delighted to read your comments.

I miss you telling me I look an absolute state by Dan Hayter



Come on over, sit by my window

And tell me everything you haven't done today

I know I miss you, even sat here and we having nothing much to say

We don't do much, just sit here but there's no other way

Sometimes I'll hold you, in my arms, I long for that day

But we're separated by glass and a whole load of rules

Don't go here don't touch that and make sure you stay indoors

Separation just makes me want you more

So read my lips and know I'm forever yours

So get that old chair, put it right there and look into my eyes

I still miss you, two metres apart I want you by my side

We have so much, still left to do when we can restart our lives

But until then, I'll stay on your mind and you will stay on mine

But we're separated by glass and a whole load of rules

Don't go here don't touch that and make sure you stay indoors

Separation just makes me want you more

So read my lips and know I'm forever yours

I woke up this morning unshaven, shaking messy hair, messy head

Rolled over to stare at the space you don't take up in the bed

Poured a cup of coffee into one single cup

And thought about the reasons I didn't want to get up

Stared in the mirror just to see another face

I miss you telling me I look a terrible state

I miss you saying I need to have a shave

So I just drink and drink until I blur the nights into days

But we're separated by glass and a whole load of rules

Don't go here don't touch that and make sure you stay indoors

Separation just makes me want you more

So read my lips and know that I'm forever yours




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