Longing for You

Written by: Suzanne C. Goudreau

I long for you each lone day passing
This empty space herein residing
For I can still feel your manly scent
Upon soft sheets, I refuse to vent

I seer you into this room present
Sadly fondling your vivid absence
For umteen days and nights, I await
For your return, rendering escape

Of the tortured mind of my sad state
How time goes by, so slowly awake
Bestowing your warm embrace, resigned
How long before loving lips meet mine?

How many moons must I gaze go by?
Through the darkness of this world so wide
Though my soul more bent, why do I hide?
From this blazing heart gone very wild?