Mom Poem

I wrote this poem when I was 13. Of all the poems I have ever written, this is the one I love the most. The thought of losing her made me write this poem. I just wish no one will ever leave or lie to their mother....ever.....because you have only one mother in your life time.

Today My Mother Died

© Sania Harris
Today my mother died
Silently without a sign
No inkling about her sadness
Even though we filled her with madness
Never being a burden for us
Instead giving us all a bless

Today my mother died
The one to whom I always lied
Screaming at her for her calmness
Creating all kind of fuss
Not thinking about her loneliness
Putting her in deep distress

Today my mother died
Thinking about her fate, I sighed
The times I went away
The times I never looked back
The pains she felt astray
The pains she felt setback

Today my mother died
I recalled her past and cried


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Published: May 2008
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  1. Shaun Kepther Submitted on Monday, October 27, 2008

    I love this poem. it has touched me a mother passed away 3 weeks back and that was when I realized how important she was in my life....she played a big role in my life....she was my life is very tough without her.....

    so friends...if you still have your her dearly.....

  2. Angela Submitted on Wednesday, January 28, 2009

    this poem touched me is exactly how I felt when my mother died, I was only eight years old at the time so I felt responsible for giving her headaches. my mother was my everything and she still is. life without her has been so rough but she raised me to be strong. there is a saying that goes "you don't know what you got till it's gone" and its true cherish the time you spend with your mothers cuz she is irreplaceable.

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