Oh mama couldn't you see how I loved you so?
You were my goddess, my idol, my tiny life's glow.
I looked up to you - so tall and Devine,
Your looks were so lovely, your hair was so fine.
This World was your oyster all yours to play,
The rich and the famous were yours night and day.
You never looked back each time that you leaped,
You aimed for the stars and that's where you reached.
But why didn't you even once slow down and stop?
To look at your child who was never on top? The
Why didn't you ever ask me my dreams?
Did you even notice the pain in my screams?
I trusted you mama, how could I not?
The poison, however, took a toll on the dot.
How could you, mama, snuff out my breath?
Didn't your hands tremble, when you choked me to death?
Why did you mama, when I loved you so?
You were my goddess, my idol, my tiny life's glow! !
Topic(s) of this poem: sonnet
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