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  • Writer's pictureEarlSun

A Mother's Love

I've spoken about different events that ultimately became the catalyst for becoming who I am today. Up until now, I never spoke much about my mother, whom I lost when I was 17 years old. I only had moments in time with my mother and many lost years prior to her passing, but the time I had was enough to imprint on me just how wonderful she was. I started writing early on to cope with early childhood traumas and the loss of my mother and thought I would share one of my first conversations with my mom after her passing.



"I never got to tell you thank you for being there. You and a few others were the only ones that cared. Your love was unconditional, and that meant so much to me. As I sit and think of you, it still brings out the child in me. I wish you were here to enjoy some of the accomplishments of your kids. Based on our childhood, you would be surprised that we accomplished what we did. It seemed like all odds were against us, and it was our destiny to fail. If we had followed in our father’s footsteps, we would be somewhere in jail. In times when I'm weak and need strength, I call on that love and think of all the things I'm going to tell you when we're together up above. If I only have one love, you will be that one. I wanted to say thank you, and I love you.


Your,

Eldest sun"


 


"The piece in this storm I call life"

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