Lauren Fouche


Was It Me? - Poem by Lauren Fouche

When you were 15 you married my dad,
Not long after along I came.
You held me and loved me,
Giving me gentle kisses.
You needed me as much as I need you.
It wasn't much longer when you left me behind,
It hurt so bad no words could explain.
I wanted my mom more than life itself,
But nothing I did brought her back to me.
I blame myself, for she gave me up
yet kept the other.
Did I cry too much, eat too much what did I do.
Every child needs its mother
To love it, hold it, and be there through hard times.
For I'll never forgive you,
You've caused too much pain.


Comments about Was It Me? by Lauren Fouche

  • (11/25/2005 2:12:00 PM)


    Oh, my darling, oh I can almost feel your pain.....the unanswered questions, the whys-Was it me? Yes, every child needs his mother for that is the way it is suppose to be. When a Mother walks away, when a true mother walks away, it has to be for a very good reason-because a Mother never walks away. She will do without, give her last. I don't know my child, the answers here, have you tried to find out why-to ask her, if it is possible? There is a scripture I wish to share, and I hope it is okay, it is Psalms 27: 10, it states, 'In case my own father and my own mother did leave me, Even Jehovah himself would take me up. Keep writing for I very much enjoyed it and it is good therapy, I learnt that a long time ago. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 25, 2005



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