Treasure Island

Hailey Stump

(August 7,1998 / Dayton)

Dear Mom, I'm Sorry


Dear mom, I'm sorry
That I make you worry
Dear mom, I'm sorry
But everything is so blurry
Dear mom, I'm sorry
What I do to you probably makes the pain feel like surgery
Dear mom, I'm sorry
I hate putting you through all this misery
Dear mom, I'm sorry
I wish I had a gallery full of good memories
Dear mom, I'm sorry
It's taken me a century to discover the pain my history causes
It's a mystery
But what I want is no more misery
And more good memories
And to celebrate a victory of a good history
Dear mom, I'm sorry
Sorry for everything I've done and caused

Submitted: Monday, June 16, 2014
Edited: Friday, June 20, 2014

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