Treasure Island

Zainab Fareed


I Need You Mother


Will u come tonight
In my dream sight
I have to share
Many things tonight

I hurt myself
I bleed myself
Nobody see
Nobody care

My feelings are not seen
My wishes are incomplete
For who will think so much
Like my mother's heart

I know u will come once
U wont let me cry alone
Embrace me and hug me
For I just need ur arms.

6th April 2013.

Submitted: Saturday, April 06, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 10, 2013
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I miss my mother everyday, especially when i am hurt or i want to share something with her. I wish she listens to me through this poetry.

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