My Dearest Leiland


Before you were born my child
My thoughts were scrambled, cynical and wild
Anxiety Plagued my soul
Scratched up wrists you could see from a mile
Judgement came from left and right
Doctors lists out of site
Depression is a hard pill to swallow
Which left my heart to feel quit hallow
Oh how I prayed why can't I just be in heaven with my father
But God had a gift for me
News I had life inside
Rang alarms that no longer will my problems make me want to hide
Little one mommy owes it all to you
For once I don't feel i'm just existing
I feel alive
And now I want to see you grow and thrive

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