Drugs

How does a mother lose her son
How can she accept this loss
Her child she’s nurtured cherished and loved
A job she’s done best she can
A job been done to raise a man

I see him, I touch him I can even share your pain
But its not really you , where have you gone?
It’s influence was stronger than mine
It’s power was stronger than mine
It stole your every sense of reason it stole your every thought

I see him, I touch him I can even share your pain
But its not really you where have you gone?
I thought I was right so I put up a fight
I held you so very tight
But you loved it more
Your needs were too strong
Even though you knew it was wrong

So now Im left to grieve a loss
My feelings of despair
Knowing you didnt care
My feelings I couldn’t share
My aching heart , my need to make you care

I see you I feel you
I can even share your pain
But it’s not really you
Were have you gone ?
You know I despise your latest mate
A deadly fate
Which wouldn’t wait

Drugs

indreams

Wedderburn, Australia

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A mothers grief

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