Treasure Island

Carolyn Luce

(Bayonne, NJ, USA)

To My Mother


You went to sleep that October night
The angels took you
Back home in their flight
We never had time to say goodbye
I missed you so my heart just cried
Then you came into my dream
You told me how happy you are
You said don't cry it's not as it seems
It's glorious and it's oh so warm
I'll always be with you
If ever there's a storm
When I feel your presence
My heart gets still
I love you Mother
I know you're always with me
And I know you always will.

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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