Alyson Leoffler

Capitol Hill, DC
Alyson Leoffler
Capitol Hill, DC

Mother Dearest

Rating: 4.0
If my end is my beginning, than why am I so insecure?
If you say your war is ending, will you need me like you did before?
You said we were connected, but you walked right out the door...
You say that I have power, than why do I feel so poor?
I put so much faith in you, only to sadly find...
That you were slowly leaving me, but building up my mind.
We were supposed to be an energy, only two-of-a-kind...
Tell me why I feel so empty now, since you left me behind?
I thought that you had love for me, you said you'd never leave...
I wish I'd known just how you felt, known the tricks held up your sleeves.
You opened up my eyes, my love, but I'd like to still believe...
That in the end, things won't end up like this, and you'll come back for me.
Sunday, June 20, 2010
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Shashank Shekhar Roy 20 June 2010
there is lot of ache in this poem of yours Alyson.. no one can describe mother better than u.. it was incredible.. the ache of you being departed from your mother is clearly seen and its with each and everyone of us out here.. :) ..
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