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Rated: E · Poetry · Emotional · #2187887
R.I.P Momma Nov.4th.1982 - Feb.27th.2019


Oh Mother how I miss you,
Why did you leave me here alone?
Oh Mother how I love you,
But now you must rest under that gravestone.

Oh Mother please come back,
The way you tucked me in at night, oh how I miss that so!
Oh Mother your death was surely my drawback,
And no one knows my sorrow.

Oh Mother I am not ready for you to go,
I love you Mom so dearly, and you may never know.
Oh Mother we used to sit together not to long ago,
Mom Oh How I miss you, so why did you leave me here alone

Oh Mother your smile was like the rising sun,
But your death was my darkest night.
Oh Mother I will forever be your son.
And I will continue to fight, and fight
for what is Right!

Oh Mother please sleep well tonight,
It is my turn to tuck you in.
Oh Mother how you used to make fun of my height,
And when you left oh how it felt like a sin!

Oh Mother why won’t you talk to me?
Please Don’t leave because I need you here!
Oh Mother how the sound of your voice was heavenly,
And You wiped away all of my tears.

Oh Mother you have chosen not to listen to my prayers or my pleas?
I promise I will see you again.
Oh Mother come back...please
I promise I will not let your death be in vain.

Oh Mother your smile was like the rising sun,
But your death was my darkest night.
Oh Mother I will forever be your son,
And I will continue to fight, and fight
for what is Right.


Sleep in peace Mom
Knowing that I love you
Cause It is my Turn to tuck you in

Rest. In. Piece. Momma.
I’ll see you again soon!


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