Stay With Me - Poem by Sukhee Bukhbat
Time's passed so fast,
I've just realized it now.
Life's changed a lot,
I've opened my eyes now.
I had a lot to complain,
When i was young.
I have only thing to wish,
That i want my mother near me.
I am 40 now, i can't recognize myself.
My mom is 70, she can't wait to see me.
After a long disapearance, she has one wish.
After a long journey, i have one dream.
Since she gave a birth to me,
She's been my teat.
When i grew up a little,
She's been my guardian.
How could i forget, she always supports me.
How would i unknow, she always loves me.
I've learnt love by her touch.
Soft and warm hands gave me a love.
Sometimes she would get hard on me for a reason.
Anyway she didn't hurt me to not break my feeling.
After these all years, i haven't heard 'I love you, my son'
But I felt it.
After these all years, i haven't told 'I love you, mom'
But i tried to show it.
It's called an invisible connection between mom and kid.
It's known as a feeling between mother and a child.
There's not long time left for her, i heard on the phone.
You'd better hurry, the voice continued.
No, no i can't send her up there, i thought.
I am packing and flying today, i said.
Right now i am in the plane to my mother and motherland.
I am thinking a lot, i wish not, but can't stop.
I want to swear and yell, therefore i know it wouldn't help.
God, I don't want to give you my mom.
I can imagine her smile.
That smile will give her,
A power to stand up on her feet.
I can see her cheer.
That cheer will lift her up,
To help to get well.
Please stay with me forever as long as you wish.
Please live happily with me ever after.
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