Missing You Quotes, Sayings about missing your loved ones
When I miss you, sometimes I listen to music or look at pictures of you, not to remind me of you but to make me feel as if I’m with you. It makes me forget the distance and capture you.
I miss you
but I’m trying not to
care. I love you, but
I’m trying not to
show. I want you, but
what can I do when
you are not even mine?
I heard someone whisper your name, when I turned around to see who it was I found myself alone
then I knew, it was my my heart missing you.
I am waiting and hoping and wishing for the time, when we can be together again! I Miss You!
MISSING someone is a part of loving them. If you’re never apart, you’ll never really know how strong your love is.
You may not be here with me but thoughts of you are always in my heart……..I miss you.
Love is missing someone whenever you’re apart, but somehow feeling warm inside because you’re close in heart.
– Kay Knudsen.
I miss the way you used to hug me, I miss the way you used to kiss my lips, but most of all I miss the way you held me and my heart. I miss you…
My eyes await your return. Please come back soon. I miss you.
Missing you could turn from pain to pleasure, if I knew you were missing me too…
You are the sun in my day, the wind in my sky, the waves in my ocean and the beat in my heart… I Miss You…
Remember when someone walks away from you, it’s not the end of your story. It’s the end of their character’s role in your story.
Sometimes a simple ‘I miss you’ changes everything.
If there ever comes a day when we can’t be together, keep me in your heart, I’ll stay there forever.
– A.A. Milne
I miss you when something really good happens, because you are the one I want to share it with.
You are always with me.. in my thoughts.
I think I’ill miss you forever like the stars miss the sun in the morning skies.
You may be out of my sight but never out of my mind. I Miss You!
If I had a single flower for every time I think about you, I could walk forever in my garden.
– Claudia Ghandi
Love is the condition in which the happiness of another person is essential to your own.
– Robert Heinlein