I’m trying my best to forgive-
you, who failed to protect me
did you not have any love to give?
I suffered most at your hands you see
When I had nobody else in this world,
how could you have been so cold?
They say a mother’s love is worth more than gold
Yet you never even offered your hand to hold
You shoved your dreams down my throat
but I was born a fighter so I fought
Only to be punished for he answers I sought
Perhaps it was all for naught
They say heaven lays beneath your feet
But hell laid in your mouth and I couldn’t stand the heat
You sewed my mouth shut so I couldn’t speak
At last, I ran, does that make me weak?
I guess I shouldn’t complain so much
Count all my blessings instead and such
But I wonder what I’m supposed to do
now that I know, I fear more than I love you
But I do love you, I really do
I question it when you say “I love you too”
Oh my dear mother mary
would ever forgive me?