Treasure Island

Seeker Of Truth

(September 8th 1979 / West Yorkshire, England)

Oh' my dear Mother


Oh’ how much I miss you
Your sight I crave
To hear your voice is thirst quenching
Your comfort I seek traveling the world
But it’s no where in sight
I’m seeking a cure for my pain
Traveling around this sphere
What a silly man I am
What I was seeking was never far
It was right at home
Oh’ how I miss you my dear Mother! !

Submitted: Monday, December 29, 2008
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