I Can See You Mother

I can see you cry

I know what you want

You want to fly

From all the bad things, you have fought.


I can see you smile

You reassure us that we are alright

I stare at the tiles on the floor to believe in your words

Even then so, it gives me a little fright.


I can see you starve

You work hard all day to earn a little

It must have beed hard

Your tiring work pays off, it will.


I can see your face

You only show love

You are full of grace

But you never show me what it really is of


I can see you mother

You cannot hide everything from me

I can sense when you are blue

I can still see you

Even from your smother

I can see you mother.

I love you

This poem is about: 
My family
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