He tells his parents that he loves them
No matter how much they laugh,
No matter how much they say they know.
Even when he is an adult living alone
He wants it to be shown
That no matter how old, he could remind them
That they were the reason why he had a home,
Why he never gave up and always had hope.
He knows that when they argued, they just wanted him to know
That they cared,
That they didn’t want him to be someone whom they would fear.
So everyday no matter what the age or year,
“I” keep on telling my parents that I love them
Because one day,
They won’t be here to hear.
For those who struggle,
For those who try,
It’s okay to cry.
But never let this feeling die.
Never let it be the reason why you hide.
Keep it implanted in your mind.
Because one day your future will unwind
As a bright light shines.
And you can finally say,
“I did alright.”
Let the past go.
What was there is no more.
It was all part of another world.
But who else will ever know…
Time goes, as everyone grows old.
Will life ever stay the same?
As the past begins to fold.
And everyone takes a step towards
their new goal.
“Help me” were the only words I’d known..
We are close but it still feels far.
The promise of a “family” keeping our bonds held safely in our hearts.
Even if the area is the same but the schools are apart.
We’ll see each other again as both the vacations start.
Hopefully keeping the bonds that we held so dear in our hearts.
I can only wish them well but as it seems, no one can stay in stasis for long.
But to see them again, it’s something I’d yearn to want.
It’s a blur but I still remember.
The times I had from January to December.
With those who I will remember forever.
The memories I prosper.
But sometimes wonder…
Will it all soon sunder?
These memories continue to wonder
While for the old ones, I hope they will last forever…