Rosa Williams

Rookie (03/18/89 / Chicago, IL)

Mama Do You Love Me - Poem by Rosa Williams

Mama do you love me
I know I get you mad and I know I said some mean things before
I didn't mean it
I take it all back
I no I keep asking
How much do you love me
I know you told me once before, but I love your reply
Because no one else says it better then you
You say it so nice
Mama do you love me
Read me a bedtime story
You do it just right
Then pray to the angels
That they watch over me
As you tuck me in tight
And say good night but never say good-bye
Good byes are forever and forever is to long
Mama I love you and I wouldn't trade you for the world
I can't live without you
You are the key to my heart
Your the light in my eyes
The sun that brightens up my day
I just love when you love me mama
Each and every passing day


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 2, 2005



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