sophie smith

Mother - Poem by sophie smith

forget the past
hope for the new
I love you muchly
I really do
The past is there
and never forgot
We had good times
But taken from crap
You can think what you like
I knwo the truth
It will never be forgot as
It was a big pile of poop
Wish you loved me
Like I loved you
And would love to get on
As you are still you
I guess what I am trying to say
Is that I love you more and more each day
I love you mum
I really do
Things will get better
They really will

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 14, 2011

Poem Edited: Monday, May 16, 2011

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