Dear mother, You walked away so early I cannot complain How much I miss you? I can tell, It’s insane. Mother, have I told you one day That I love you? That you are me in you? I didn’t tell! It’s unfair.
Dear mother, You passed away so painfully I cannot complain How I feel now? I can tell, it’s a lot of pain. Mother, how can it be? Life without you in sight I can tell, it’s hell.
Dear mother, I didn’t know Long time ago That my love had no voice That my papers had no words And your life was so short And your time was a sharp sword.
Dear mother, You left so quickly I cannot complain How much it aches? I can tell, its heartburn. Mother, sorry I haven’t appreciated What life for granted offered! Mother, sorry I didn’t treasure My life with you My love for you As I now do.
Dear mother, Disease has taken you away Has ripped your life apart I cannot complain But myself I do blame. I let time slip away With you, more time, I didn’t stay.
Mother, sorry I didn’t know That you would leave so early That it was too late For the last kiss For the last warm hug For the words of love I didn’t say Sorry mum, I came too late I didn’t kiss you goodbye Alas, that was my hard fate!
I think of this sunthundered afternoon when spiderling superheroes in sandwich boards “6.99 Any Pizza” at crossroads wave at transport as it passes. Sunlight is too bright for you like that redhead in black gladiator sandals and little grey dress
The walls were closing in on me. Frustrated and furious significantly. A grey cloud of despair, can’t you see it in the air? Where are you right now? You said you would always be there. As the emptiness filled the
As your daughter we have that special bond we can share So please always remember that I’m here and I Care We have a connection that others can’t see, I’m thankful that I always have you near me Throughout the