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A Mother's Prayer

December 12, 2012
By MarieAntoinette2014 DIAMOND, Scottsburg, Indiana
MarieAntoinette2014 DIAMOND, Scottsburg, Indiana
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Favorite Quote:
Isn't it ironic? We ignore the ones who adore us, adore the ones who ignore us, love the ones who hurt us, and hurt the ones that love us.

Hush now,
Go to sleep.
Mama’s here now.

One day,
There be a world for you and me,
and The ones like us.

One where the government,
Understands it’s people.
One without the doubts of day to day,
Where you won’t be hungry anymore, sweet child of mine.

Daddies won’t leave.
They’ll stand by there responsibility,
Stand by there own little miracle.

We’ll find that place.
Though hidden from view,
It’s there.

Maybe it’s the coldest crevice of a rich man’s heart,
Maybe it’s buried beneath the hate.
But we have to believe,
Because if we don’t,
Who will?

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