MOMMY -N- ME

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MOMMY -N- ME

Mommy & Me
MOMMY -N- ME POEM

When i first held you in my arms
I said i'd love you everyday.
But i forgot to tell you that sometimes
Mommy's go away.

So i'm writing you this letter and
Hope you understand,
That any tears i've caused you were
Not part of mommy's plan

Sometimes bad things happen and
Its hard to tell you why
But it always breaks mommy's
Heart to see you boys cry.

Now i hope that you are listening,
It important that you do,
For i want to tell you that mommy's
Love is true, its a bond we will
Always share,
Whether i am far away or holding you
Near, there hasnt been a single day
I have not thought of you boys or
Said a special prayer or two for
God to see you through.

I know i have not always done
Things i knew i should have done
And i cannot change the past, although
I wish i could,

So i ask for your forgiveness for all
The sadness, tears & pain
All the hurt i have caused you because
Mommy was away....

There is room within my heart that
Holds my love for you boys,
And there's never been a day that
Room has not been full..

One day it will be time to make
My journey home to you,
And i vow to never go away
And leave you all alone.....

I want to try to heal the wounds,
I want to start anew and this time
Bring you laughter, lots of fun
And skies a blue...

I know it will take time together
We'll find a way so up that hill,
We'll climb to see the dawning of our day..

My promise is to be there
And there will never come a day
When once again you will have to see
Your mommy go away.......

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