Rachel Hill

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A Mother To A Son

Do I have to say 'SORRY'' for your pain and suffering?
Dagger in my heart is the pain I'm feeling in
Nothing I imagined that this could happened
I am so helpless to start all over again....

It seems like yesterday
You are a baby I hold in my arms
Holding you tight
Never to slip out of my hand
Protecting you from danger is what I always have in mind
And watch you grow up into a fine young man....

Seeing you growing up is an experienced to remember
Memories you shared will always be remembered
Having a 'Rule in Life' impresses me further
'Thank you very much' for those years of wonder! ! !

Now you've grown up
Destiny lies in your hand....
Follow the right path is what all mother's want
Dreams you are to follow will only come around
Only if you work hard
Enough to understand.....

Goodbye my son
You are now a man
Spread your wings and follow the light that shine
Letting you go is the hardest thing I've ever done
But I am always here for you
With an open arms! ! !

Submitted: Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Edited: Friday, July 27, 2012

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