death seduction

(May 11,1991)

I'm So Sorry Mother


i'm so sorry for all the lies
that made you trust me,
all the truth that i didn't revealed.

I'm so sorry for all excuses
that made you mad,
all the problems i gave.

I'm so sorry for the hatred
that i showed and still
you loved me.

I'm so sorry for heartaches
that i gave, the headaches that
i gave, and still you smiles.

I'm so sorry for the tears
that you shed 'cause of me
and still you trust me.

I'm so sorry for trashing your image
with my friends, and tell them that you
don't love me.

I'm so sorry for leaving you
in the air with no one to hold on to
and still you call my name.

I'm so sorry for not obeying you
and still you hugged me so tight
and kissed me.

Mama im so sorry for all the thing I've done
I know that you're in heaven watching us
thank you for the love and life you gave me.

Mama I Love You So Much!

Submitted: Sunday, October 19, 2008
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