Sandy Rondo

Rookie (July 29th / MI)

All I Could Have Asked For- Everything I Lost - Poem by Sandy Rondo

Your eyes still light my nights
Even though now, I can only see them when I close mine
Your love, true love- I still feel your heart beating in my chest
Your blood, runs through these viens
A connection severed in vain
Take me back, into your arms
I feel your warmth but I am lost

These tears, will fall forever
My selfishness isn't clever
I wish you were here, although your in a better place
It's my own flaw that this burns so badly
I'm drowning in my own sea of flames
Your love, true love
I still know it's nearby, waiting for me to find you
I've been searching far and wide
Time has torn us apart
But now it's all I have to hold too
As I wait for your loving arms
I take my turn, living in this world
Confiding in what I hated, what tore my being apart
For you Mom, I'd give it all
Half of it, it is my fault

I've been blind, I've been cruel
Stupid and a fool
Cold and wrong
Now I just want you home
Sorrow is my friend
And missing you does not have an end
The kisses and the hugs that I should have given
Every time I raised my voice
All the mistakes I've made
I wish I was the daughter you deserved
Instead of this fool who had the honor of calling your heart home
And was blind enough to think it was nothing more

I'm sorry for every tear I caused
And every ache that has been in your heart
I wish I could have brought you home again
And changed the world you did part
Only in loosing you, have I found the truth

In memory of my Mother. R.I.P. And happy Birthday Mom.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 22, 2010

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