Miss Remy

Rookie (11-25-1979 / Maryland)

Mommy Why - Poem by Miss Remy

I used to think I could not carry on,
With the thought of you being gone.
But through the years I have built up my strength,
To live out my life until its fullest length.
I hold my pillow at night and I shed tears,
Wishing you could be here to rid me of my fears.
My heart has a void that no one can ever fill,
I have tried to fight it but it’s just not in my will.
I need you mommy more than you will ever know,
Gone from me at a young age our love never had a chance to grow.
How could our God take you away from me at an age so pure?
I had no direction in my and I have been so insecure.
My love has been affected by the absence of you,
But I know this is not something you would want to put me through.
All I can do is just pray that your spirit will always be with me,
While I live through these obstacles of my reality.
No one could ever replace you in my heart,
I’m still so hurt that this life you had to depart.
I need you more now than I ever had before,
I need you to comfort my soul where I feel so insecure.
Maybe a few words of encouragement or even a hug,
Nothing in this world could ever replace a mother’s love.
There is so much I want to tell you so many things to say,
So I just bow my head hold my hands together and I pray.
Dear mommy I hope you can hear what I say to you,
But I need some guidance I don’t know what to do.
Just give me a sign in some kind of way,
To reassure me that I will have better days.
Sometimes I just need you here with me as my friend,
Anyway I love you mommy, and I am saying amen.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 9, 2010

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