Missing you

Missing you

A Poem by Susan Capozzi

love poem

I'm missing you,
heart's all askew ...
what magic spell you've cast?
On bated breath,
until my death,
pure longings grow, steadfast.

Gold, sunclipsed skies,
stars mesmerize ...
vanishing out of sight.
Where miles befell,
splendors dispel,
your absence dims the light.

My aching heart,
when we're apart,
erodes with every beat.
Fiery blue eyes,
sets fire my thighs ...
smoldering trick's a treat.

Sweet gentle ways,
entice my days,
come back where you belong.
Soothe endless fears,
pat wishful tears,
knowing now, right from wrong.

I'm missing you,
heart's all askew,
hurry back to my side.
Life's incomplete,
heart thrums offbeat ...
loves myst'ries, justified.

© 2017 Susan Capozzi

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Beautiful sweet and romantic :)
There is a yearning and wanting in this poem.
Feelings of longing and emptiness, feeling incomplete.
I enjoyed reading this.

Posted 1 Year Ago

It's said confession frees the heart and soul to soar, and if this is true, I certainly see and feel yours winging up off the page throughout my senses, from every word, line, and verse of this divinely scored composition.
Few poets onsite (if any others) write with such wondrous beauty and poetic excellence, but this work flows, dances, and rhymes in virtual syntactic and grammatical perfection of enthralling emotion and meter; the picture, whew … shaky knees! ; )

Just call me privileged and smitten, Susan … warmly thankful, too! ⁓ Richard : )

Posted 1 Year Ago

Susan  Capozzi

1 Year Ago

OH NO shaky knees!!! :-) then we are even!

1 Year Ago

Such thoughts…

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Added on March 14, 2017
Last Updated on March 14, 2017


Susan  Capozzi
Susan Capozzi

small town , WI

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