To The Divine Judge - Poem by CDM Anderson
Why did you have to go?
You left too soon, for you were the Divine Judge
That you once were in my life.
You left too soon to see the greatness in yourself, Mamá.
You were as stubborn as a mule,
But unlike the cases that you've closed as the Divine Judge that you were, you kept my case open.
I was special to you.
You kept your arms open,
And out of the very few that gave you love and affection, it was my love and affection that you have chosen.
I spoke no words to express such power,
For my love and affection for you has already spoken.
I cannot bear this pain,
Now that you're gone.
I was too strong while you lived,
But the Divine Judge has left the Earth,
How long can I withstand this pain?
At such a sensitive age, you held me close to you. Even after so many years, I can still feel your touch.
Your death stabbed me in the heart that is now stone.
Not even the blood and tears streaming out of me that can show how much
I miss you,
My Divine Judge.
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