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We Die Each Day

Author: ashik
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Words: 106
Class/Type: Poetry /Serious
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We Die Each Day

When I think,
We die each day,
I remember when
You took my hand
Mom, you held my hand.
Whispered in my ear,
Just hoping I would hear.
Your hands,
They were soft.
Your voice, even softer.
Mom, when you’d stroke my hair.
Love, I could feel.
Mom, I need you to be with me.
We die each day,
Some more than one.
This one physically,
That one spiritually,
Me emotionally.
Your body’s leaving.
Your mind, it’s gone
Mom, I need to see,
Your touch,
Your look.
Mom, I need to feel,
Your love,
Your touch.
Mom, I need to hear
Your voice,
Your love.

Submitted on 2008-02-21 09:37:14     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Wow. This piece is beautiful. Seriously. Almost brought a tear to my eye. This deserves a favorite. mmmk. Now to discuss, because there isn't really anything to critique (except a minor spelling error in line 7, hopping should be hoping, nothing big). But to begin with, there is such emotion in this piece, it's just...beautiful. I seem to be at a loss for words...sorry. Great read/write. Peace and inspiration!

| Posted on 2008-03-09 00:00:00 | by Draumrkopa | [ Reply to This ]

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