My Mother, by PoetryReconised Subscribe to rss feed for PoetryReconised
Posted: 2005-05-13 10:28:29 UTC
You're an angel above the heavens,
you're a shining star at night,
you got addicted to those drugs,
and to me, went out of sight.

Why did you leave me?
When all you did was lie.
You got hooked up on drugs,
and the results made you die,

I was only three remember,
Why did you turn your back on me?
I looked after you,
aren’t you supposed to look after me?

What you did to me,
if something I can’t forgive,
seeing your face is now a blur,
I wonder what drugs you took to make you live??

But now I'm here were people live with love,
And Im living happily this time,
Please remember this is where I'm supposed to be
And now you know what drugs really did to me.

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2005-04-21 23:35:49My_pain_your_thrill
I really like this poem, you have written it so well. My mum walked out on me when I was three, and never speaks to me, she just left me and my dad for another man, and she let the guy beat me up and abuse what Im trying to say is I know what its like to grow up without your mum. And you are brave for writing about it.

2005-04-28 22:18:42Cute One
This poem is so good. You are very good.

2005-05-23 11:57:37PoetryReconised
Thank-you for your feedback! You are both great poets as well! :)

2005-12-07 01:35:09 ~~~~GLOSTARG~~~~
This is so touching. I feel the pain deeply.well written.

2005-12-07 01:35:13 ~~~~GLOSTARG~~~~
This is so touching. I feel the pain deeply.well written.

2006-02-10 19:01:45Cute One
This is super good good poem.I can totally relate to some of but i mean the way my dad went was totally unexpected. You can read my poems

2006-02-17 05:44:15I'm The Girl That Holds Everything Inside
This is a very touching poem. It takes a lot to write about something you hold so deep and I truly admire you for doing so. You're a wonderful writer keep it up!

2006-03-07 12:38:16soul_sista

2008-04-30 13:30:02Ashley Reneë *Raining Tears*
thats very great its like a lesson for moms on drugs