Treasure Island

Natasa Tocuc

(Saigon)

I Lost Mom’s Love


Happiness, fullest love, desire inside as mom alive
My dreams have lost, my hopes have died as mom pass away
My mom love like more than Pacific Ocean
Life's just passing with each season

She was my life, my hope, my love
All is gone, passed by thereof
The hurt is much such I should bear
What's to life, why should I care?

I weep all night for my love mom gone
My heart is sick, for death I long
Mine eyes well tears for love that's lost
I'll mourn always for the great cost

But in each day Buddha give me hope
Strengthen me so I may cope
Grant me wisdom to help me see
Thy great way and not just me as mom
Still and still exist in my mind.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 25, 2013

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To the day that my mom passed away.

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