Mommy, a poem written by Brad Osborne at Spillwords.com

Spillwords.com presents: Mommy, a poem written by Brad Osborne.

As Much As I Loved You

Where what was held sway,
Over what could be next…

The Last Mile

I did not want to say a prayer, not those words,
To your God who needed you more than I do…

Someone’s Little Girl

Tears fall like liquid diamonds,
Into the palms of dirty hands…

Simple Wooden Box

It is but a simple wooden box,
An unadorned treasure chest…

Sheet Music

My tears wrote a love song,
On the letter you left behind…

The Man I See

There in the mirror, a life defined,
Written in every crevice and line

Fears for Tears

Forever I have feared the tears,
The long ribbons of sadness…

Depuration

Analgesics for the pain,
Learned minds to explain,
Therapy for the brain…

In Little Things

The watermark on the desk,
A simple forever reminder,
When you were sitting there,
Life seemed a little kinder…

A Struggling Author

My Journey with You

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