Come Home Mom
Life is joy when I hear your voice
I don’t want to forget you
Loving you was my only choice
What could be truer?
When I hear your cry,
I remember your day
I don’t care about why
You have a special way.
I will dream for you always
Please be alright tomorrow
I miss you forever days
I want no more sorrows.
Come home and all will be fine
Your wounds shall be all right
And my spirit will shine
I love you Mom that is so right.
When will you be coming home?
Soon, I will be there I assure you
I am healing slowly, but I am not alone
Your voice reminds me that is true.
When I come home, we will rejoice
together that everything is now right
I comfort you dear with that choice
So go close your eyes and a good night.
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