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Eric Schojan

Rookie (04/18/1991 / Durango, Colorado)

My Soldier


My mama, my soldier
my comfort, my shoulder
to cry on, my boulder
I rely on I've told her

Nothing can replace the person that created you
someone there to help you no matter what you're going through

Someone who formed the person you became
someone who has sheltered you through waves and waves of rain

I can't say it enough, I love you with my whole heart
you're there to put me back together every time I fall apart

My mama, my soldier
my comfort, my shoulder
to cry on, my boulder
I rely on I've told her

Mama I hope I forever make you proud
but you know I'll always test your patience as much as I'm allowed

I know that you've forgiven all the stupid shit I've done
and you've dealt with so much stress to ensure my childhood was fun

I'm forever grateful for everything you've sacrificed for me
I hope I am that apple that didn't all far from the tree

My mama, ya dove you
put no one above you
life might push and shove you
but I'll always love you

My mama, my soldier
my comfort, my shoulder
to cry on, my boulder
I rely on I've told her

Submitted: Thursday, May 01, 2014

Topic of this poem: family


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