Judea Mae Espanola
I Broke My Mother's Heart
I broke my mother’s heart over some guy I know,
When I refused to tell her how I need him so.
So now, my conscience, wherever I go,
Tortures my being, damns my very soul.
I broke my mother’s heart; can this be the case?
I don’t know if it’s the right time, or maybe the right place…
To tell her I love him, and he sets me free,
But she won’t understand, that I know completely.
I broke my mother’s heart, but what I didn’t know,
Is that I also broke mine when I made it so.
But damn this feeling, I can’t let him go,
So now, I live here, wand’ring without her guiding glow
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