In Absentia.

By Leonard Pigg


I miss you

The gaze of acceptance you gave to me

Soft warm kisses once covered my mouth nightly

You filled the void between my arms so well

I loved your scent and how it would linger on my skin after you’re gone

The longer you’re gone, the more I think you were a dream

A delusion of grandeur

Nobody has ever treated me the way you do

It’s so rare to find a kindred spirit in this world

We kept each other sane in an insane world

Our past was bittersweet

Great arguments and even greater sex

We complimented each other so well

What was your name again?

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