|As Long As I'm Yours
Author: I Sing My Own Song PM
I'll listen to my mother's lectures, because she is my mother and I am her daughter.Rated: Fiction T - English - Hurt/Comfort/Family - Words: 153 - Published: 08-10-11 - Status: Complete - id: 2941926
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I stand here,
As the child you never wanted
As the proof of your worst mistakes.
I stand silent as you
Scream into the heavens
Ranting about the life you can never have
Not to beg you for forgiveness
For what I know not
You reach out,
Grasping for my lifeline,
Snatching it away from my empty hands
You wish that I'd never been born,
And I silently agree with you
Just this once
You claim me,
Just what I'd hoped for (kind of):
Your little sh*t, and I will listen to you
I don't know why,
But I still seek your approval
And your love
And I hate that.
Why can't I go off on my own now?
Why do I keep crawling back to you,
I am covered in dirt and blood
And still I return?
No wonder you hate me: so do I.