My Lady

May 31, 2010
By lovsummergirl94 PLATINUM, West Windsor, New Jersey
lovsummergirl94 PLATINUM, West Windsor, New Jersey
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Her warmth, her laughter, the good feeling,
I can sense it; the happiness from its meaning.

Her voice, her smile,
Too bad I’m going to be a while.

I cannot wait to see her, the woman of my dreams.
She’s getting anxious now, I feel it or so it seems.

Yet I still cannot wait to meet her,
I will die if I have to wait for later.

I’m fighting; I’m pushing, working my way out.
I’m trying so hard, can no one hear my shouts?

I’m cannot wait to see her,
Again, I’ll die if I have to wait for later.

Finally, my screams pierce the air, like a gold token.
But I’m lost; she’s gone, the umbilical cord broken.

The author's comments:
This poem is about one's mother. How this lady is the only one in the world that can make the worst things feel better. Not all moms are all that great but, sometimes, just laying in their arms makes everything feel as if it will be okay.

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