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My Perfect Mother Dearest Poem by Suicidal Happiness


Mother dearest doesn’t want me
I’m never what she wants me to be
Mother dearest wishes me dead
She wants me to take back all I have said
Mother dearest tells me I caused her pain
Funny that she is the reason that I’m insane
Mother dearest said she cares
I just wonder why she was never there
Mother dearest disowns my soul
She leaves me so dead and cold
Mother dearest finds it hard to speak to her own child
Because I’m so sad and tired and wild
Mother dearest, she is sick
She told me I was worthless, unwanted and thick
Mother dearest drains the light in my life
But she has a perfect family and she is the perfect wife
Mother dearest doesn’t want me anymore
She is the reason for all my pain that makes me dead to my core.

Submitted: Monday, May 20, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, May 21, 2013

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