Dear Mom

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You've been in wheel chair very long
The pain inside me longer
So many words that I do say
All I ever want to make you proud
And for you how much I cared
But it seemed that we were want alive
And to say, "I love you"
We both keep our feelings buried inside
And never want what we want to say
So that now every day's a painful watch
And I blame myself for
A chance to care my dearest mom
I should have kissed your
Face and should hugged you
Like a true loving daughter
Mom, whenever you are,
Know that I still miss
You and I love you
Until I am no longer on the earth
Sunday, September 9, 2012
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To the day that my mom died on 30/7/2008
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Natasa To 09 September 2012
she was in the wheelchair that awkful day before the day she died. She was rushed to Prince William ER hospital. This poem related to the poem called Mom and I that i make it long ago
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