Missing You Quotes and Sayings

I don’t think about you like I did before. But I still think about you, something I never thought I would do. I miss you.

Our marriage didn’t work out and we may never be on talking terms again. But there are times when I still think about you, despite the pain. I miss you.

I miss you, not just because you were my wife. But because there was a time when your happiness was the purpose of my life.

NOTHING can erase the bad memories of our divorce. NOTHING can change our turbulent past. NOTHING can undo what happened between us. NOTHING can turn back time and set things right. But there is SOMETHING that takes me back to the happy days. There is SOMETHING that reminds me of the better times. There is SOMETHING that hurts me when I have to refer to you as my ex-wife. There is SOMETHING that makes me say – I miss you.

I don’t mind the fact that I will never be able to forgive you. But it is bothering me that I still can’t forget you. I miss you.

Our marriage may have ended but I can never forget the person with whom it all started. I miss you.

All these years have taught me one important lesson in life – no matter how much I move on, I will never be able to completely forget the woman who I once loving called MY WIFE. I miss you.


If there is one advice I can offer all the newly divorced men out there it would be – never expect a piece of paper to help you emotionally separate from the woman with whom you once shared your life, dreams and destiny. I miss you.

I can claim to hate you all I want but at the end of the day I will always have a soft corner for the woman who is the mother of my beautiful children. I miss you.

Different jobs, different homes, different suburbs, different routines, different lives – everything between us has changed except one thing – we have same history. I miss you.

There is NOTHING that can change the fact that we are now divorced and separated. But there is SOMETHING that changed how I used to hate you. I miss you.

My heart has managed to convince me, that we weren’t mean to be. But the problem is that I haven’t managed to convince my heart, that we have to be apart. I miss you.

Our divorce was emotionally painful, physically tiring and mentally stressful. But looking back at how it unfolded, it was a life experience which I wouldn’t want to have with anyone else. I miss you.

You hated me for what I did, not for who I was. But I will always respect you for what you were and the person that you are yet to be. I miss you.

You are not the only person I miss. I also miss the person that I was when you were around. I miss you.


Your memories rouse a sweet melancholy of things that should have been and of the things that will never be. I miss you.

Even though our marriage crumbled apart like a cookie, the crumbs that signify the precious memories will always be sweet. I miss you.

Our fights were bitter, our marriage went sour but our memories will always remain sweet. I miss you.

Maybe our marriage wasn’t meant to be, maybe we both were destined to drown in heartbreak’s sea. Maybe we were meant to go separate ways, maybe it was in our marriage’s destiny to see gloomy days. Maybe you were never meant to be in my life’s view, maybe I was destined to keep missing you.

I love to hate you. I hate that I loved you. But I still miss you.

The only thing stopping me from going insane are your romantic whispers that echo in my heart. I miss you.

I miss the way, you wake me up to sunshine. I miss the way, you fulfill every dream of mine. I miss everything about you. Come back baby… without you I feel blue.

When I miss you, I can’t sleep. When I can’t sleep, I can’t dream. When I can’t dream, I lie awake. When I lie awake, I miss you. Where do I go?

I want to be Superman so that I can fly to my wife’s office during lunch breaks to see her. I miss you.

All of life’s hues have become gloomy, days have become lifeless and dreary. The distance between us is killing me slowly. Day after day, I am gasping breathlessly. Save me from this excruciating misery, please… come back soon baby.


Do you know what is common between your job, your colleagues and your boss? I hate them all because they get to spend more time with you than I do. I miss you.

If practice makes perfect, by now I have become a pro at missing you.

Our kids are not the only ones who miss their mom when she is at work, I miss their mom too.

Your absence has completely ruined my life. Everything feels hollow without the woman who I call my wife. I miss you.

I promise never to leave my dirty laundry on the bedroom floor. I promise never to hog the TV remote. I promise never to burp when you are around. I promise to help you clean up after dinner. But all these promises come at a cost – you will come back early to spend more time with me. I miss you.

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