Treasure Island

Traci Peace

(San Francisco)

Moms


A mom should be sweet
Not a deadbeat
A mom should be caring
Not just acting
A mom should be loving
Not faking
A mom should be understanding
Not bashing

Submitted: Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Edited: Monday, April 20, 2009

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  • I'm so tired of the rain. (8/31/2009 10:28:00 AM)

    you see my mother wasn't always there and that killed me. I lived with my dad most of my young life... but you see even though your mad at her or something like that I know she will wake up and realise what she is missing in her life... and that beautiful thing that she is missing is you she can't live with out you trust me I know... I thought my mother was no good only because of what my dad told me about her I thought I could live with out her but I was wrong... now I can't live with out her... she is my air and I'll die if anything happend to her...

    p.s great write 10+++++ (Report) Reply

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