Treasure Island

Ryko Angel

(8/6/92- Still Livin.. DAMN IT / Niagara falls)

The Cry Of A Mother....


A mother's anguish was kept
So her children would not see her wept
Grasped the burden that her family has
Took all the ache and hardships they have

She prepares for breakfast, lunch and dinner
Brings her children to school and fetch them after
She washes the clothes and cleans the house
Rinse the dishes and so with cars

The exhaustion she felt was unnoticed
Giving a bit of time for herself she could not promise
The love for her family she has is undying
Only to see her children smiling she feels like flying

To be a mother is not easy
Giving up so much of her just for you to be happy
Unconditional love is what she needs
So the doubts that rankles her mind somehow will diminish..

Submitted: Wednesday, February 13, 2008
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