I Wish.....

poem by: Frank Byrne/Hornby..
Written on Jun 01, 2017

"I wish that I could see you mum, for just a little while,
I wish that I could hug you mum, and see your lovely smile.
I want to put my arms around you mum, and pull you close to me,
Oh mum, I really miss you, oh why did it have to be?
I'm always thinking of you mum, your laugh made me laugh too,
but I wish that I could've told you mum, how much I did love you."


Tags: sad, love, rhyme, wishful,

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Frank byrne/Hornby.. commented:
"Mums should be hugged, and told how much you love them.....daily.".....my biggest regret in life.....
Olivia Fletcher commented:
I can really feel the emotion in your poem
Christopher Russon commented:
Nice poem your mum would love your poem.Well written Frank.
Ja Ja commented:
Your poem is a true gift. Thank you
Frank byrne/Hornby.. commented:
Olivia, Chris, and Ja Ja,.....thanks for your lovely comments....thank you..
Janet Vick commented on Dec 02, 2017 at 10:42am
Many times we don't get to say these things or take the time to say them. Then we spend times wishing we did when it is too late. But we can write them a beautiful poem and keep them in our hearts. My mom was lost in Alzheimer's and didn't know me when I was telling her that I loved her. Thankfully, she is a peace now. Take care. Janet
A previous user commented on Jan 18, 2018 at 5:24pm
All I can say is that you must have been very close to her or she was very loving as a mother and has left a massive imprint on your soul to this day........and again like you...I know the love of a beautiful attentive and caring mother also which makes it so much harder to cope with the loss........poem reflects your memories brillantly...remembering forever is loving forever x
Frank byrne/Hornby.. commented on Jan 19, 2018 at 8:56am
Janet, Dragonz,....thanks for your lovely comments ladies......


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