Mother Poems Archive
Like always fair haired
but unrecognizable to me.
Once big now small
unveiling her beauty to see.
Down and out I turned around,
Picked back up when I was found.
I asked for a hand how foolish of me,
not one of my tears could you bear to see.
I feel your stares,
I see your looks.
I’m not the woman you’ll see in any fashion books.
I’m with my kids you look away,
Whoever wherever I am
it’s all because of you
you were, engine of my van
to success you lead me to
Today I saw a bright weather
So I decided to write you this letter
We are separated by a hundred kilometers
m is for the million things she gave me
o means only that she,s growing old
t is for the tears she shed to save me
h is for her heart of purest gold
I do remember
She was kissing me
And I also kissed.
The joy of life has stopped for me
It happened oh so suddenly.
I do not look at life the same
I sit and wonder at it’s name (life)
I still remember those delightful days,
When your genial touch blessed me ,
When you guided me on confused ways,
When you made my weakness to flee,
I have looked into those eyes so many times.
I have seen them shine like the brightest star.
I have seen them angry with rage.
Looking past, looking at me.