I meant to write "My terrible remembrance for you" as in the noun form for "I miss you terribly", but the meaning is a bit unclear.?
Is there a better way to write it?
- RPLv 73 weeks ago
My terrible remembrance for you means the memory of you is painful or terrible. I miss you terribly means something completely different. You could avoid this confusion with something simple, like I wish you were here, meaning your absence is not positive for me.
- 3 weeks ago
maybe "the fact that I miss you terribly"