Treasure Island

Darkangel Flyfree

(11/29/82)

My dear mom


To my dear mom
How I wish you here
Just for one day
To see your smiling face
And the beautiful gold curls
That hangs loose across your back
To wrap myself in your arms
And feel those hands rubbing
Soothing the pain away
To my dear mom
How I wish just to have
That one day
To pour out my heart and soul
For you to dry up the
Rain of November
How the pain of missing you
Gets worse each and every year
To my dear mom
How I wish you close
To feel your presence
How I want so much to say
I love you-how you meant so much to me
And think of with every passing day
Missing so tremendously
To my dear mom
The only person in the world
I could turn to with any problems
No matter what
The one person in the world
Who knows my pain
Would understand what im going through
And maybe give the advice I seek
How I wish for that one day
To be able to hold you once more
To look in those eyes and say
You are truely missed
My dear mom! ! !

Submitted: Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Edited: Sunday, December 02, 2012

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  • Unwritten Soul (12/8/2012 8:53:00 AM)

    Oh it terribly made me homesick! hahahaha very beautiful poem, i know sometimes we dont need anybody but only mom, but i know it's hard time for you..wish she was around but still you still can able to communicate with her via soul and prayers_Soul (Report) Reply

  • Hamid Negah (12/1/2012 2:55:00 PM)

    Obviously, you have to love your mother...so for many years I hope your mom to be alive...i love your poem very much. (Report) Reply

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