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Details | Acrostic | |

Miss You, Dear Mom

Miss you, dear Mom…you left our lives so long ago,
And well before you even had a chance to know
The sweet, now grown, grand kids so little when you left…
In all these forty-three plus years I’ve been bereft,
Living each day to know the special things you missed…of
Doing without your presence and embracing love…
Although, I know you’re watching, loving from above.

© Sandra M. Haight 2015 
   All Rights Reserved

~6th Place~
Contest: Acrostic on Mother’s Day
Sponsor: Tammy Reams
Judged: 04/05/2015


Copyright © Sandra Haight

Details | Haiku | |

Haiku - X 14 - Your Soul

                                 Kneeling by my mother's grave
                                 All the flowers had faded away
                                    Her soul breathed on me

A-L  Andresen :)                            

*Miss you mom !

Copyright © Anne Lise Andresen

Details | Epic | |

We Lost More Than a Dad

We lost more than just a Dad that day
We lost half of how we came to be
We lost we four girls first love
We lost our Best Friend

We lost more than just a Dad that day
Our Mom lost her Soul Mate, Her other half 
Our children lost their Papaw
We lost our family’s foundation 
We lost the glue that held us together

We lost more than just a Dad that day
We lost the Strongest man we ever knew 
We lost the man we looked up too
We lost we four girls Teacher of many things

We lost more than just a Dad that day
We four girls lost our Hero
We lost some of our Light
We lost part of our Heart
We lost part of our Soul

We lost more than just a Dad that day
We lost some of our Courage
We lost some of our Strength
We lost some of our will to fight back
We lost some of our will to carry on
We four girls lost more than a Dad
We lost more than just a Dad that day

Copyright © Sabrina Niday Hansel

Details | I do not know? | |

a mothers love

 a mothers love is stronger than all and she knows her daughter better than all 
a mothers love is never bitter and never vengefully 
a mothers love is always kind and there no matter what you do
a mothers love is forever a bond between a girl and her mother is always a strong on but it gets stronger as they grow up and it gets even stronger as the girl moves away calls and calls then less and less.... then you worried about the bond but no worries that's a bond that cant be broken nor replaced

Copyright © juliet Hail

Details | Free verse | |

The Old Salt

The Old Salt was a special man who came along in a time
when he was needed most.

A time that is now gone forever.
When men believed and sacrificed, when hero’s walked the earth in mass.

When patriotism was not just a word
by what men lived and judged the worth of each, 
a man who lived a life most of us cannot comprehend. 

An era now gone as this warriors tour of duty ends at this station, 
and begins anew in the heavenly fleet. 

Sail on Sailor into your unaccompanied tour,
we salute you.

What greater honor, that when a man moves forward, 
he leaves behind in each of us the best of what he was. 

A defender, protector, supporter, victor, a warrior, 
the last of the breed from an era when ships were made of wood
and men were made of steel.

The Old Salt has reported for duty that takes him away from us for now. 

Those of us who remain behind,
remember, and will continue to remember, 
because he now resides forever in our hearts.

As I look up at night, I envision The Old Salt,
a beret draped just above the eye, 
as he draws upon his pipe, 
quietly he waits.
The guardian of heaven’s gate.

Copyright © Mac McGovern

Details | Epitaph | |

The Woman I Never Knew

She looked like an angel
Sitting there in her bed
Everybody loved her
She had a great sense of humor
They say I am like her
I am very honored.
She was my dear mother.

She was a very sick lady.
She had tuberculosis and stomach cancer
She left me and this old world at the age of forty-five
I was age five
Mom I love you and I miss you.

Copyright © Susan Schebe

Details | Free verse | |

Remembering Mom

is one who first 
understood the reason of your cry

is one who first
knew how to calm you after cry

now that you are no more
I have stopped crying

other construe as weakness
I have stopped correcting them

now I direct inwards
as in soul you reside

you still calm me 
when drop touches you inside

with you in me
how can I ever be weak?
(c) Hitendra 
The Chosen one

Copyright © Hitendra Mehta

Details | Free verse | |

Life Can Be Cruel

I cannot get into heaven
God I have tried!
Suicide is a double edge sword
Especially when you survive!
Walking the streets at night
Dazed and confused
Longing to be loved
When is Mum, coming for me?

"Does she still love me?"
"Does she still care?"
"Does she still think of me?"
"Does she wonder, where I am?"

I want her to come find me
I want her to say she 'loves me’
I want her to comfort me
I want her to take me home
And keep me safe
And not forget hat I exist
Like the way she treats me now

I wish God 
Could make my Mum
Magically appear
Making this hellish nightmare
On the street

“Send my Mum please!”
So, all this can end!
Before this last ray of hope
Diminishes for good!

I don’t want to become
The walking dead
Forever forgotten as if 
I was never born!
For this is the cruel, harsh reality
Of living life, feeling unloved
Uncared for, abandoned,
Left to fend for my own

A dangerous killer inside me
Eating away, at my soul
Something, no one can see
As I suffer in silence
My insides crippling!

Lost, alone and frightened
Weeping on a dirty
Graffiti park bench
Dirty tears
Rolling down my cheeks
Stuffing newspapers under my jumper
To keep myself warm

“What am I going to do?”

“Will I make it through the night?”
“Will I get raped and beaten?”
"Will I be left for dead?”
“Will I survive
To see another day?

“Is my life worth living?”

Please God, I beg of you
Have mercy now
Please show me the way!

Copyright © Amy Rose

Details | Rhyme | |

Sweetest Child Alouette

Mom you're so lovely!
Like my lil’ bunny!
Your arms are fluffy and soft;
Want to hold you more;
Makes me feel secure;
With your hands all of me oft,

Mom you're so cuddly!
Want you beside me!
Wake me up a lil’ later;
Miss you so by then;
Like I miss you when
My eyes close and you’re not there.

* overheard my niece talking to her Mom as she was put to bed :))


Copyright © hija de la luna

Details | Epic | |


My heart is saddened, you left to soon…
Please come back to us, he started talking to the moon…
His heart can’t take the pain, he is suffering, he needs you…
He loves you so much & I love you to…

Mom, why did this happen to you…
Why did you have to pass away, everyone else who took you for granted are fools…
We cherished & loved you so much & we still do…
He is an empty soul & all happiness is gone, because you are too…

Too early for your time & age…
Our hearts are trapped in a small cage…
Ready to burst & blow up with grief…
All hope faith & joy gone with our belief…

This world is nothing without your love…
Scattered pieces of your memory remains, all to aside it was shoved…
People are cruel & mean to have taken every single thing that reminded us of you…
If it was us that could decide we would have been able to keep all till even the last shoe…

We are torn; broken & only time can heal they say…
Biggest load of bull*****they said on that day…
Forever your memory & soul will be within our hearts & mind…
Even in the dark, you were the one who always shined…

Mom, we love you…
We hope that you are safe wherever you are…
Even though we still sit with scars…
Just never forget us, not like all the others have forgotten you & moved on…

It’s only been two weeks but your soul will remain…
In our hearts you will always stay… 

*Inspired by my mother in law who passed away two weeks ago*

Copyright © Roxanne Swanevelder

Details | Dramatic monologue | |

Happy Father's Day with Mom in Heaven Dad - I LOVE AND MISS BOTH Of YOU

For my Dad and Mom (Dorothy) on Fathers Day.

 Albin J. Gruhn who passed away at the age of 94 years young. I Love You Dad and I am missing you so much! Robert

When Albin Gruhn got his card from the loggers union in 1934 after starting work for a Humboldt County lumber company, he never suspected that he was beginning what would become a lifelong career in California's labor movement. He went straight from high school to the lumber mills of Hammond Lumber Co. in Samoa and became a member of the Lumber and Sawmill Workers Union. A year later, in 1935, Mr. Gruhn was swept up in a bloody strike over poor working conditions that resulted in the deaths of three union workers.
He spent 36 years as President of the California Labor Federation, AFL-CIO, helping build the organization into a political and social powerhouse in the state. 
"Few can match Al Gruhn's devotion to working men and women," said Art Pulaski, labor federation's executive secretary-treasurer. "Driven by his passion for justice in the workplace, Al's career has been an inspiration for all of us. He never backed down from a fight."
He was blacklisted by the lumber companies and joined the Laborers' Union, becoming secretary of the Eureka Federated Trades and Labor Council at the age of 22. In 1940, he was elected district vice president of the state labor federation and took over as the organization's President in 1960. He held that job until his retirement in 1996.
 In 1972 he became a founding officer, and ultimately president emeritus, of the Consumer Federation of California.
"Al was a great pioneer of the consumer movement in California," said Jim Gordon, the federation's president. "Al Gruhn always had the interests of consumers and working people in his heart. He built bridges between the consumer movement and our allies in organized labor and in the community."
Mr. Gruhn served on a number of state and local commissions, accepting appointments from Govs. Earl Warren, Goodwin Knight, Edmund G. "Pat" Brown, George Deukmejian and Jerry Brown. He was a member from 1964 to 1971 of the California Constitution Revision Commission.
"The union movement was the cause of his life," 
Mr. Gruhn's son Robert said when his father retired at age 81, speakers at his retirement dinner included the Rev. Jesse Jackson, then-Lt. Gov. Gray Davis and current U.S. Secretary of Labor, Hilda Solis, who called Mr. Gruhn her "godfather" for his career advice.

Read more about my Dad at "Google Search"

Copyright © Robert William Gruhn

Details | Free verse | |

Survival Of The Fittest

Dropped out of school
At an early age
Lived on the streets 
Because, I disgusted my mother
She thought I was a poor example
Of true Christian beliefs
At an early age 
She religiously drummed into me
‘blood is thicker than water’
And yet, 
Here I am today confused, lonely and hungry
No one protecting me
No friends
No family
No home to go too
Just, peoples eye for an eye,
tooth for a tooth mentality
Praying for the sun to shine
To feel some warmth again!
Sun rays of hope, lighting me up
To live through this darkness without fear
With a heart full of faith
No matter what happens to me, now!
If only I could drink my salty tears
It would sustain me for a lifetime
Your tears are worth nothing, around here
You’re classed as weak and venerable
Only attracting death
Your life worth nothing!
Save me from myself
I am my best friend
I am my worst enemy
My prayers and dreams
Lost in the wind
Blowing around like autumn leaves
The rain washing them away
Down the drain into the sewage
Rolling with the seasons
Year after year
Survival for the fittest!
Surviving on the love
Hidden, inside me
Being my strength and guide
My personal lifeline
In surviving this crazy world 
We all live in

Copyright © Amy Rose

Details | Rhyme | |


I've been fightin' the pains since you passed away
It still feels unreal,
I ask God for some brighter days
and help us heal,

See we need him to keep us strong,
Me & Den your only 2 seeds
and we have to prolong & have to hold on,

In a messed up society,
Like Granny you're a sweet lady
who showered us with love & you guided me,

Through the struggles of a young man growin'up,
My momma,
You brought smiles on my jail visits
when you we're showin' up,

So i'm gonna' miss the twinle in your brown eyes
and  when you smile back,
You know we think about you day & night
and I need my best pal back,

So I will illustrate my love like yours,
With the help of the Lord,
I will breed it in your grandkids
and we love & miss you forever more.

Copyright © louis brown

Details | Rhyme | |

Oh My Mom How I Miss You

I stopped to see you at your grave today.
I thought and wondered just what to say...
As I dug around and cleaned your stone.
I suddenly felt so very alone.
I played the songs on my radio,
Which played a part in your life.
Upon your stone it only says, Beloved Wife.
Six children you had, no, the seventh went home.
I just bet you're now holding, you're not alone.

I tried to remember the last memory I had.
But I kept returning to all that was sad.
I still remember that day you died...
I held your hand as my father cried.
So many things I used to do,
Like steal a flower and give it to you.
Where did you get that, Oh, never mind.
The thoughts that you had were so very kind.
You were there when I was good.
You were there when I was bad.
You corrected me the times when you should.
And now my heart is oh so sad.
I talked to you about the cancer in dad;
His lung removed and gall bladder he had.
The more I thought about all these things,
The more my heart broke.

A song came on that dad sang to you,
And as it did I sang it too.
I looked around for a flower to steal
And as I did my head began to reel.
My heart it sank to fathoms below,
I fell to my knees and wept so low.
The memories are all that I have, but for my tears,
My only salve.
I bent and kissed the plaque, on the cross.
I wondered if I'd find my way to you or be lost.
I thought of the first memory of mine,
In a hospital, I was two and doing fine.
The scarlet fever was gone and you and dad came for me.
I was so happy, as happy as can be.

I dusted the dirt away and took a hand full home.
I thought of when I might die and if I'd be alone.
My heart it ached and my eyes they wept,
I saw as I was watching with in my mind,
You and dad coming for me,
My feet, still they kept.
Your arms open wide and your faces so kind...
And again I wept...

Four years it will be that you've been away.
There is nothing more I can do or say.
I love you and miss you, my Beloved Mother.
Though dad has remarried, there will be no other...
I long to see you once again, and hold you in my arms.
In a place where there are no tears, I know I will cry...
For I will cry tears of joy to see you again.
Again my heart breaks and again I weep.
Oh, mom I miss you, but the memories I'll keep...

(Mom has been gone since 1996. Dad died almost ten years later. I still hurt inside.)

Copyright © Pernell Rodocker

Details | Dramatic Verse | |

Mom I will miss you

When I was born you took me in your arms, wrap me in a blanket, took me home, and kept me from all harm.  You shared with me so much love and kindness this is why I miss you mom.   As I grew taller you kept me safe with your prayers from all danger and harm, this is why  I miss you.  As I became older when  I was sad you would take me in your arms and rock me until my tears went away.  When  I became of age and ready to go out in the world to follow my dreams, you had already taught me right from wrong.  This is why I will miss you mama.  Now that I am grown, on my own and you have left to go home to be with Christ, mama I will miss you.  Christ will keep you safe in his arms from all harm, but I still love and miss you mama.

Copyright © Deborah Turner

Details | ABC | |

a letter 2 my mom

	A letter to my mom if she could read it.

I am sorry for the times I would not listen to you and would talk back.
I loved all the times we spent together. We had so much fun together you were a great mom and you were my best friend. Some days I ask god why he let you get so sick but I realize its not gods fault that you’re sick it’s just life and some times bad things happen. Know one knows why it happened but it happened for a reason. Things happen and know one knows why it does we just have to deal with it. I miss you mom a lot some times I cry at night because I miss you so much. I just wish you could come home. It hurts to see you so sick I wish it could all go away. Hope one day you come home I all ways try to go see you at the hospital at least twice a week. Mom I am really sorry how I wouldn’t listen and I talked back. I wish we could turn back time and you wouldn’t be sick. I cry just by writing this letter to you. I just can’t believe you might not be able to ever come home. You won’t be able to see me go to prom or get married if I ever do. Mom I just want you home but that won’t happen you’re to sick and I hope a miracle happens and you get better and come home. Some days I feel like I cant make it through the day but I just remember your spirit and love will all ways be with me every day and you’re always in my heart. I all ways cry when I think about you. When you were sick I dyed my hair purple, blue, hot pink, red, and aqua. People still make fun of me and say I am weird but it’s ok. There is  so much things I want to say but I don’t know how to just know I am sorry for how I treated you. I MISS YOU MOM AND LOVE YOU!!

Copyright © diann guillen

Details | Bio | |


MOM DEAREST I love you 
Wish I could hold you now
Wish I could smile with you 
Wish I could spent time with
Wish I could tease you 
Wish I could share my thoughts with you
Wish you could wipe away the tears falling in my eyes
Wish I could lie my head in your chest, hear your heart beat
Wish I could shout scream at you and you do the same to me
Wish when the sun goes down I could see you nor stand with you watching it
Death how cruel you are, you took all that I had 

All I’m left with its wishes that will never come true
Mom where ever you are
I know you are looking down on me
You are smiling on me
You wish me all the best that you could have done for me
Mom I know where you are setting you wish you were with me
I know you wish heaven had a telephone so you can just hear my voice
You want to hear me saying all is right nor wrong
Even though you are looking down on me seeing everything
You just want to hear your little angle telling you mom all is fine, mom nothing is fine

You want to hear me saying to you I LOVE YOU MOM 
You want me to kiss you
Even though all this happen but not naturally so, you want it to happen life
But I’m happy that I know where ever you are mom you love me
You know that you are my world’s greatest 
You are my hero, my strength you keep me going


Details | Free verse | |

Missing You

I miss your smile
    the giggling sound.

I miss your touch
    the warm embrace.

I miss your smell
    the inevitable fragrance.

I simply miss you.

Copyright © charmane bellen

Details | Rhyme | |


You were always there for me from day one,
Carrying me around like I was your favourite son.
Telling me you loved me from day to night,
Telling me that I was such a charming delight.
But now your gone what can I do?
I never got the chance to tell you I love you,
So now I'm gonna say...

Mumma you are my super hero,
I've loved you since you were zero.
You are my shooting star,
And I know you really aint that far.
But now I get the chance to say,
I love you mumma so please stay.

I remember you from when I was young,
Always singing the words you sung.
They were always so magical,
The way you sung them was so classical.
The way you sounded I will always adore,
But now your gone I can't sing them no more...

Mumma you are my super hero,
I've loved you since I was zero.
You are my shooting star,
And I know you really aint that far.
But now I get the chance to say,
I love you mumma so please stay.

Copyright © kaitlin lee

Details | ABC | |


Oh, how I’d like to forget, walkin in with you on the bed.
You appeared to me as though you were asleep,
But little did I know you were already deceased.
Never seen you the night before, was scared I’d get beat,
to avoid you yelling at me, and trying to keep the peace.
I wish I could forget those memories,
They're burned in my brain and still in my dreams.
If I could have just one wish for me,
I'd wish for just one day that you could be here with me.
Even though according to you I was a disappointment,
I wonder if I was also your regret.
I always let you down, everything was my fault,
I said and meant that I was sorry, and yet it never stopped.
If only... If only... I could rewire my brain,
And forget all the memories that cause me pain.
Because of you I have this fear,
I want to be angry but I end up scared.
Apart of me always wanted to say “F-off,”
Even though I love you and miss you a lot.
When you died I never had the chance to stand up to you to say things I needed to say,
I still have a lot of pent up anger and pain.
And this bottle inside me is about to break.
How dare you leave us when you did!
Did you know that it was going to happen?
Why did you keep so many secrets from dad and me?
Why this way, did it have to be?
I want to be angry.... but I just cant,
You made me stronger, yet gave me half a chance.
No more.... Fore I'll get carried away,
So at peace... I hope you are and will stay.

Copyright © brandi foote

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I Still Miss You Terribly

Even though you've been dead for two years, I still miss you terribly.
While you were alive, I meant a lot to you and you meant a lot to me.
You were an excellent mother and that is certainly true.
When it came to having a mom, I was proud to have you.
I still miss you terribly even though it has been twenty-seven months since you died.
Yesterday I was feeling pretty sad about your death and I damn nearly cried.
But I am feeling some better than I did just one year before.
I still miss you terribly because you're not around anymore.

[Dedicated to Agnes Johnson (1948-2013) who passed away on March 6, 2013.]

Copyright © randy johnson

Details | Rhyme | |

I miss you my mom

Not many babies are born with an angel at hand. 
I'm one of the few this must have been planned. 
My first memory of you is feeling your joy. 
Ready to love and protect your new baby boy

Always there to love me and teach me to ease my fears 
There to hug me and hold me, to wipe away my tears. 
We grew strong together, but had a difficult ride. 
You never broke down you just took it in stride.

Through the loss of our family you taught me to cope with the mess. 
You told me it would soon hurt less often but would never hurt less. 
Now I've lost you, and I'm all on my own 
A loneliness fills me, one I never have known.

All I have now are memories of words you would say. 
To help me survive this each and every day. 
I miss you my mom my angel my friend. 
With these words my love I send.

It was my gift to you to set you free from your pain. 
You taught me through this it would be strength that I gain. 
So now with all my love my writing must end. 
I miss you my mom my angel my friend.

Copyright © John Berryhill

Details | ABC | |


the things i do 
the things i think 
i just wish you could come home
i miss you so much 
i wish you were here 
why did this happen to you 
mom i just wish you could come home 
i hope you wont die 
i just want to go back in time and be a little girl again to just be in your arms again 
MOM i miss you 
i hope one day you will be home again 
but that wont happen

Copyright © diann guillen

Details | Light Poetry | |

I will miss you mom

From the journey i took
Away from you,
It was difficult to look
For me at you.

Life took a sharp turn
More than expected,
It made my emotions to churn
With sweet-n-sour berries i have ever tasted.

Your worries always become a part of my tension,
But this time I did not like this kind of sensation.

Forgive me mom
For all I did in my past,
Away from home
I ensure my promises will last.

The moment I raised my hand
To wade good bye,
My throat choked like water tunnel filled with sand.
I said I will be fine but this time it was a lie.

Oh god why you created emotions
They just leave the thinking process in mist
Life is already full of tentions
Yet you made them exist.

In this period of isolation we both are in
We try focusing our mind on our aim
But there is still commotion as our heart is pain
Yet we try to be practical but these feelings forces us to condemn.

Finally we both bring our lives back on track
Because we both have careers to look upon
With fingers crossed we promise not to look back
Yet the memories in our heart forces us to look at it on and on....

Copyright © Arnov Sett

Details | Rhyme | |

365 Days Of Hell

Things haven't been going well since Mom died one year ago today.
A big part of me died with her when she passed away.
For the last 365 days, I've been going through Hell.
Everybody who knows me, knows that things aren't going well.

One day before Mom's death, there were two things that I decided to give her.
A stuffed Easter bunny and a card and they were buried with her.
Life hasn't been easy because I've been to Hell and back.
I would've rather suffered a severe heart attack.

I've experienced a year's worth of misery and tears.
Life has been pretty bad since March of last year.
I hope that I never have to experience this kind of pain again.
I'll never forget Mom even if I live to be a hundred and ten.

(Dedicated to Agnes Johnson who died one year ago today at the age of sixty-four.)

Copyright © randy johnson

Details | Haiku | |


Hospital playroom

Child sits in stuffed toys box

His mother's soft lap


Copyright © Darlene Gifford

Details | Free verse | |

i miss You, Dear Mother

staring into space in shades of grey
waiting for the emotional confirmation
vulnerable, i allow regret to lacerate me
my pride will not let me cry, but the truth reveals my actual emotions
oh, how i pray for a miracle in some type of instant
however i know that in life there are no guarantees
time has no hint of birth
now has not a smidgen of importance
all i am thinking about is the next daylight's shift
....just one more day with Her....i miss You, Dear Mother....

Copyright © Marty King

Details | Light Poetry | |

old chair

There is beauty in this beacon of the sun.
she lingers along the wind,
through the window.
Casting no shadow upon my bed.

Old crooked door and noisy hinges.
Still cold,morning dew till noon.
Drops a few on the front stone
below the cottonwood.

Lovely chair painted white. 
A long time ago.
Chipped and rusted. 
Blue underneath where it was once new. 

I sat for a lifetime in that chair the day you died
I cried on the flowers that you would plant
every spring.
I felt lost and angry,I'm sorry that I ripped  them up.
I`ll plant them again next chance I get.
They will always be there.
Like the slamming of the screen door.
He smiles at me on the way

to the bus stop.
Runs his hands across the tall grass.
I hoped the bitterness would pass.
But it just isn't the same here without you.

He gets out of bed around ten sees me there in the old chair.
We sit and talk about you.
I just want to write this for you.
Beautiful sunlight. 

We still love you. 

Copyright © edward cousins

Details | Blank verse | |

I miss you

We can talk like this :) 
I miss you 
It's simple no one can read this 
My mom doesn't even know
Babe, you don't have to miss me,
I'm right here
You can hold my hand
Make me laugh 
Give me hugs 
This is to you babe

We can talk like this :)
I miss you 
It's simple no one can read this 
My mom doesn't even know
Babe, you don't have to miss me,
I'm right here
I love you with all my heart
You are my love 
Babe, my heart beats for you
Your heart on a chain around my neck

We can talk like this  :)
I miss you
It's simple no one can read this
My mom doesn't even know 
Babe, you don't have to miss me 
I'm right here
Babe you are my everything
The love of my life
With you around I'm no longer trapped
It's all you babe
You make my life brighten up

Babe, this is for you 
What would I do without you
If you weren't here my world would be chaos
It's all you babe 

We can talk like this :)
I miss you 
It's simple no one can read this
My mom doesn't even know
Babe, you don't ave to miss me
I'm right here
and here I will forever be 
Right there by your side
I will be there, right were I belong 
By your side

Copyright © Olivia Luckey

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Gone to Wake

I need to go to the beach,
I need to relax,
I need to be with all my family,
I need to be with my friends from the past,
I wish upon wishes,
I dream upon dreams,
But everything is just too extreme,
Lost with stones,
Kicked with water,
Gone with the hour,
Minutes in a day,
Is all i can take,
Before the life of mine,
Is too gone to wake.

Copyright © Leah Lewis