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Poetry

Need You By My Side (Part II)

Back in 2012, I posted a short poem I’d written in 2009 called ‘Need You By My Side’ and following some events in my life recently, I’ve written three new verses which I thought I’d share.


I sit here in the rain 
Dreaming of your face,
Thinking of how to cope
Now you’ve gone away.

Within my field of thoughts
All I see is you.
As I stumble around
You reach out your hand.

Now I’m all alone
I don’t know if I can cope,
I just need you by my side. 

I never said goodbye,
And that’s what hurts the most.
So I guess you’ll never know
The pain I have inside.

If I could start all over again,
I’d be there next to you.
The regret takes it’s toll
Knowing you went through it all alone.

I’d sweep the hair from your face
And wipe the tears from your eyes.
I’d kiss you on the cheek
And tell you I love you.

© RNTomlinson 2012/2015.

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About RNTomlinson

Part-time blogger. Full-time entertainer. Can be found on RNTomlinson.com & ccfctv.co.uk.

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