Treasure Island

KATEJA GULLEY


Mom


I love you mom
I love everything about you
I love your afro
I love the way you look when you angry
I miss the way you use to laugh and smile
I never knew how much i loved you until now
I barely get to see you but lord knows I miss you
I be wanting a hug from you when I be feeling down
When I look at my friends and how they complain
All i can think is I wish that was me in their place
i miss gettin screamed at for bothering my little brother
i miss you telling me to clean my room
i just miss you being there just your presence
I miss being your little girl I wish i could turn back time mom and make you my world.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 09, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 09, 2013

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