Treasure Island

Sabrina Freeman

(Citrus heights)

I Miss You Mom


I miss you mom I miss your laugh I miss the talks we had
I miss the feeling that everything isn't so bad

I hear your voice I remember those light blue eyes
I need you mom and all I have is what's memorized

What is one to do
When all is lost and so are you

Yea at times I talk to you but I still feel this deep despair
Especially when the world around me is just me looking in the mirror

You were there for a moment then gone like a dream with no end
Left to figure out what happens next and if I'll ever see you again

I miss you mom

Submitted: Sunday, July 22, 2012
Edited: Monday, July 23, 2012

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This is to my mom it's been a lil over ten years since she's moved on and not a day goes by that shes not in my heart or on my mind

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  • Tiku . (7/25/2012 1:51:00 AM)

    this is really sad.a nice tribute to mom.Liked the way you presented your feelings here. (Report) Reply

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