chrisy olsen

Death Of Mom

Mom I miss you so much.
I wish you could keep in touch.
I miss it when you would say things that were dumb.
I miss you and I sitting here drinking rum.
I miss us playing guitar with one another.
I miss sharing our secrets together.

If only I could have told you good-bye,
I might not feel like I could die.
In my heart forever you will be.
In my memories I will be able to see,
us playing the guitars and singing.
Laughing, smoking, and drinking.

Its been so hard since you died.
For the past two years I have cried.
We shared so many memories together.
I know that your spirit will live on forever.

I hope I will be as good as a mom as you.
I hope I don't let my children feel so down and blue.
Brett is seven and thomas is three.
I will raise my boys the best that they can be.

Poem Submitted: Saturday, February 3, 2007
Poem Edited: Saturday, January 8, 2011

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Comments about Death Of Mom by chrisy olsen

  • Afzal Shauq (1/29/2010 10:01:00 AM)

    Mom I miss you so much.
    I wish you could keep in touch.
    I miss it when you would say things that were dumb.
    I miss you and I sitting here drinking rum.
    I miss us playing guitar with one another.
    I miss sharing our secrets together.

    written i a very emotional way which mans you have got a big shock on passing away of your sweet mom.. a good poem..10/10

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  • Ciara Gough (4/19/2008 10:47:00 AM)

    I feek you Pain! May God Bless YOU. My Mom passed Dec.26,2006 and she was my WORLD. I wasent their when she passed I'm Still crying everyday. I will post more poems up so please read!

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  • Kelli Hhhh (2/3/2007 6:37:00 PM)

    just awesome made me cry

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