myleen aspiras

Rookie (May 4,1974 / Philippines)

MY PRECIOUS SON


I want to live a hundred year if possible
To taking care of you and protect you the way i should
That no one can harm my precious one
The greatest gift of God is my beloved son
No valuable things on earth could ever compare the feelings of being a mother
Having a son is one of the greatest joys i will ever experienced

Time goes by, moment passed by I am right by your side
I am watching you when you are growing up my dearest son
Physically fit and I am proud of it, but mentally.... Oh!
Every time every moment when i look at you
I am crying out loud for what i did for you
Please my baby forgive your poor mommy
You are the one who are sufferings for the things I've done.

Now my darling another sacrifices for you and me
Because I need to leave and work very hard from another place
I will try to give you everything that money could buy.

Submitted: Sunday, November 04, 2012
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  • Freshman - 1,164 Points Herbert Guitang (4/25/2014 8:45:00 AM)

    A very sacrificial kind of mother. A great mom in the world and a great poem




    Please comment on my poems (Report) Reply

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