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Heart wrenching tears coursing down a mother’s face
Pain like a heart attack ripping at her chest
Disappointment so great she simply cannot function
Her own child’s diary she had read
How could she be so naive? She was supposed to know these things
Where, how, when did she go so wrong?
Her child, her beautiful strong child has lost something
Her blooming flower has been crumbled and torn, innocent no more
“My child,” she cries, “What have you done?”
How could her baby, her first born, do this to her?
How, how can she move on from here?
A part of her child is missing and it will never be returned
How is she supposed to look at her the same again?
Every look, every thought reminds her of those horrid words
Will her sleep never be returned to its peaceful self?
Are these nightmares going to be her demise?
How is she supposed to trust her beloved child ever again?
How did it come to this? What did the crying mother do wrong?