deja allen

Mom

Did you have to go
You could have just said no
You left me here alone
With a heartless soul
You see the way they treat me
I am nothing more but stone
Years have passed
Nights are gone
The distance between us is very long
You came to me once
Singing a song
That night I dreamed of you
You walked up to me
As we walked beyond the sea
As I sat in my room the next night i cried myself to sleep
I said I wish you would come for me
Come and take me away
As I wait for you to come
I will lay upon your grave
I whisper to you that I would do anything just to see your face
Mom I ask of you to come to me
So we can sing of the sea

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 28, 2012

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