luna light


A poem to show i am grown


Like the sea I need to be
free, i can't be chained to
thes walls a decpiton
and lies your hurting me inside,
please mom let me be free
to fly ,


You wont let me go because you
know that if i am set free there
will be nobody, but thats no true
because i will always love you,

my love will stay here and don't worry my dear i will always return to the please i call home I love you mom

Submitted: Sunday, November 29, 2009
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  • Moonbee Canady (12/1/2009 9:30:00 PM)

    Very Nice Acknowledgement of Maturity... Letting One Know, You Feel Ready To Leave The Nest, And You Take Your Mom's Love With You Wherever You Go.... I'm Sure She Loved This Write Too... MoonBee (Report) Reply

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