Your Mommy Is Here


I can no longer tell you what's wrong, or right
Smack your mouth if you dare to bite
slap your hands if you even touch
Say that's enough when you' ve had too much
Read you a story, or your favorite book
Wash your cloths, clean, and cook
I can no longer tuck you in at night, or always keep you in my sight
Your all grown up now, and on your own
The house is empty
I'm all alone
My Mothering years are in the past
Time flew by me way to fast
I'll always worry, wonder, and pray
That your taken care of in every way
And no matter how old, how far, or near
If you ever need me
Your Mommy Is Here

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