Treasure Island

Vidi Pudinkz

(Jambi, Indonesia)

A Poem to Mom


Mom, you are the Wind
Blow me life and love
Sweep my fault my sin
Yes, the wind of love

Mom, the Rose you are
Not the thorns of you
But the scent you are
Bring the love with you

Mom, there you a shining Star
There you shine my emptiness
Here I feel you though far
Here you wash away the darkness

Mom, here to you I Hope
The wish that never dies
As there where you hope
Where your love still lies

Mom, don't release your Tears
There our home of love
Don't give up into fears
Here our life and love

Submitted: Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Edited: Saturday, December 22, 2012

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