In my dreams I revisit,
All the bonds that we once knew.
I awake with empty feelings,
A void that's left from missing you.
There is no end to what I’d give,
If once again I'd hear you say
My name, and ask me as you would,
Just how was my day.
Was I hungry, was I cold,
Was there a need that you could meet.
And if there was, through all your pain,
A smile would then replace your grief.
To feel your touch or warm embrace,
"I love you," whispered in my ear.
No sweeter words, could there be spoken,
Than these words I hold so dear.
I see you in the evening shadows,
Feel you gently in the wind.
Smell you in the flowers fragrance,
For me your life, will never end.
I hear your laughter, and singing softly,
Relive the memories from our past.
To me you were the dearest mother,
Your leaving's more than I can grasp.
Yet no bitter feelings linger,
Only wishes which can't come true.
I play back all I remember,
From the Mother of my youth.
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