Treasure Island

jocelyn padilla


remember when..


remember when i would cry
remember when you would just pass by
remember when you left
remember when i was blessed
remember when you left me
remember my whole family
remember your doughters and your sons
remember that they are not the only ones
remember all the trauma you caused
remember when our paths were crossed
remember when you wanted to say good bye
my world shattered because you were to me a nice mom.
i dont think you will remember this
because this might seem like nonsense.

Submitted: Tuesday, June 15, 2010

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  • Koby Moore (6/15/2010 8:13:00 PM)

    Wow it really got me at the end good poem =)

    Hey can you or anyone else who reads this comment come read my poems I'm kinda new to this and would really enjoy what you think on them
    Thanks,
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