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I love you all with my whole entire heart
 every second, I'm left to wonder why we're apart

I try to work out what I must've done wrong
 how many mothers sing this sad song

But there are no answers to my questions

Every year we have spent together
 is now embedded, in my heart forever

I think hard and long
 does this pain really belong

Still...there are no answers to my questions

Strength I once had to carry on 
 is nearly dead and gone

I say a prayer every night
 to give me strength, to stay and fight

I still ask, "why us"
 were we on the wrong bus

I weep a tear with every second
 how do I live, like everyone reckon's 

Still...I get no answers to my questions

I stay here fighting, for just one more touch
 am I really asking way to much

I love my babies with every beat of my heart
 please I beg you, stop keeping us apart answers to my questions

I'm only left to Guess, that God's reason's 
 are truly his very own

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  1. Date: 7/15/2013 11:46:00 PM
    Hi Denise, despite the few minor spelling errors, the poem was lovely, life is full of questions and some you never get an answer for, but we always manage to live through them, I myself have many unanswerable questions one is why the world is as bad as it is today, we may never know that answer, only God does and we may find this out when we are judged in Heaven, I gave you a 6 for your poem, very good work dear. Your good friend...John

  1. Date: 6/25/2013 10:51:00 AM
    Hi again! I haven't written a poem regarding my story which I believe is very close to yours but mine aren't babies. I'm writing a book, however called, "Free to a Good Home". It's been a hard ride and a hard write! Again, I wish you well. Z