Dislocated Heart

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Mother oh


Mother oh mother,
you seen me at my darkest..
you comforted me when no one could do,
with your harsh words,
you brought me out of the woods.

Despite the past,
and all you've done,
tonight you were,
my mother,
and I...
Your Son.

As I run out of the tunnel,
you set my hand free.
Looking back for a brief second,
as I know..
where ever I go,
You'll always be the one I call 'Home'

Mother oh mother,
Thank you..
as you watch me mature into a Man with standards,
Your eyes says it all..
while I strive for a better future..

Mother oh mother..
Let the remaining rest of your life,
be blessed by my very own hands..
and bring you the best as you did
in my darkness.

Submitted: Friday, October 04, 2013
Edited: Monday, October 07, 2013
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