Eloquence I See
Looking in the mirror just to see my mom again,
Hard to face reality God wash away my sins…
Bring my mother back to me, I will substitute my
Mind and heartbeat just to have her here with me.
Feeling every bit when the emotional pain creeps,
And it’s just letting my thoughts grieve…
Just wanna hold her hand, just wanna hear her voice,
Just wanna see that beautiful smile – yes! Heavensent…
Holding you in my arms, embrace your care and strength…
Mom I apologize for my disobedience, God open up your
Sky move the clouds and let my spirit in.
Overwhelmed by these seas of uncertainty; lost
In the depths of myself cause how I used to live…
Mom you are the anchor in my life and now I
Understand, how to think, how to see, how to love,
How to breathe…how to use every jewel that you’ve
Given me, yes I cry mom, because all I have is
Memories, many times I wanna take it back to
’83…we shared the same heartbeat, through your
Lifeline you nurtured me. 1984 the 25th of January
Opened up the lids of my eyes smiled, seen my
Queen. Your love sustains me as I overcome adversity
Negotiate with God only He can understand me. I’m
Proud to be your son, put that on everything…
Looking in the mirror – Eloquence I see.
In Loving Memory of my Beautiful Queen
November 11, 1967
May 3, 2016
Soft Words From A Devoted Heart
There comes a solid point of change in your life for love, whether it’s due to a heartbeat because you were played by the image of lust…or you just had bad times with the one you sincerely trusted, which made you build a wall around your heart – no downs, all ups because you’re tired of being neglected. I understand how situations or should I say circumstances weigh you down through trials and tribulations, but yet, you hold strong, simply because you realize the importance of being well-balanced. Yes, if nobody recognizes your womanly value and the complexities involved in your womanly love…then how can one truly commit themselves to your womanly essence? With conviction of being compatible through common purpose? Andrew Thompson, speaking of myself, looks deep at a woman and sees underneath all the miseducation, misunderstanding and misdirection, to find that beautiful woman wanting to be loved right…Love is change that sees light.
Soft words from a devoted heart.