Amiee love Writter

(England)

Teenager, Single, mother


Teenage single mother

Over whelmed with happiness and joy�
A new life�
Is it a girl or boy�

The worry of money may seem funny to some�
But when you have none�
I will tell you that is no fun�

You find your self scraping every penny
Every inch of you self worries

Your life as you knew is over�
No holidays�
No weekend
No friends�

It's like a new world�
One so far from the one you left behind
It consist of�
Nappies�
Sick�
And sleepless night�

Before like most we take little thing for granted�
Like popping down the shops �
Popping is no longer�
Popping has now change to the word
MiSSION

Time is no longer mine to have�
It is there's now to keep for ever

I gave my life up�
To start what is now our life�

Our life is not all roses and perfect�
Our house is not gigantic�

�Our Life is not always going to be a fairy tale�
But it is our tale to write and that's aright to me

Yes I was young to jump in to something so big�
But I give it everything I can give�

So don't sneer or glance just give us a chance�

Submitted: Thursday, February 23, 2012
Edited: Thursday, February 23, 2012

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  • Danny Draper (2/23/2012 8:55:00 PM)

    Amiee, you certainly have covered a lot of emotion and social mores with regard to the struggles of and attitudes towards being a single mum or single parent generally. (Report) Reply

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