Treasure Island

Lovely Girl

(4th of Feb 1998 / Muscat - Saltanate of Oman)

Oh mother


I struggled in the past
Just to stay smaller

I hurried to learn more
Just to be stronger

I smiled to the people I hate
Just to feel lighter
...

All sadness have already
Washed me over

But it soon will disappear
As someone comes near

Oh mother you are here

The only lover
Who can lift the weight from me

I can't hold on longer
All I can say now is that
I love you mothe

Submitted: Thursday, August 02, 2012
Edited: Thursday, August 02, 2012

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

It was mothers day and I had to give her a present, so I decided to make a poem for her.

When finished the party and we all ate the cake, it was Present time, so everyone started first and I was the last, when my turn came I just handed her the letter with the poem inside, my mother looked at me and i said 'peom time.'

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