Moving On

Moving On

A Chapter by Daisie Vergara (Dhaye)
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for the 10 Words I Give contest

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The words are loud and clear

As I look at her eyes

Everything turns to break

As I feel her envisioned lies

 

She give me a measly smile

Unlike the profuse ones before

When there was only two of us

Walking through a common door


"Why do you always lie to me

I just want you to be better

Do you think I will hurt you

Could you betray your own mother"


Who can say if something’s not useful

If there’s a need to makeup

Would you feel the need to tax someone

When she tries to screw you up

 

Still to forgive and forget is the key

Our troubles seem to be temporary gorge

I am her mom  and she's my daughter

We need to start again and forge





© 2016 Daisie Vergara (Dhaye)


Author's Note

Daisie Vergara (Dhaye)
Mother and daughter may go through troubles but still in the end, their love for each other is their shelter to face life's trials.

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Wonderfully put in your poem. Troubles may arise but forgiveness is the key to mend relationships especially one so intimate as a mother and daughter. Love how you mention of forgiveness being the key and that is a key we all could use to free our soul. Thanks for sharing this beautiful poem. Blessings, N.

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Daisie Vergara (Dhaye)

5 Years Ago

Thank you so much, N.



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Wonderfully put in your poem. Troubles may arise but forgiveness is the key to mend relationships especially one so intimate as a mother and daughter. Love how you mention of forgiveness being the key and that is a key we all could use to free our soul. Thanks for sharing this beautiful poem. Blessings, N.

Posted 5 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Daisie Vergara (Dhaye)

5 Years Ago

Thank you so much, N.
Great journey and wisdom shared.
"I am her mom and she's my daughter
We need to start again and forge"
Above lines are true. Children and parent need to keep peace and calm always.Thank you dear Poet for sharing the excellent poetry.
Coyote




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When i was younger I used to think that the cliche "mother's knows best" is coined to manipulate/ force children to obey their mother/parents. But as i looked back, i can only grudgingly admit that there's truth in such cliche. I can relate well to this piece

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Daisie Vergara (Dhaye)

5 Years Ago

Thank you so much for reading and your the kind words, Gab.
Family is family and they are part of our bloodline, we screw up, they screw up... but the bond of blood is stronger than steel. Not sure what the ten words you had to use were, but that don't matter cause the poem is excellent.

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Daisie Vergara (Dhaye)

5 Years Ago

Thank you for the kind words, sir.
I agree wholeheartedly to your note! You did a great job with these words. Having a daughter is such a blessing, but it is not always easy to communicate. My daughter and I are very different in many ways, and yet there is a beautiful balance there and a recognition of our bond. I'm glad I read this!

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Daisie Vergara (Dhaye)

5 Years Ago

Thank you for dropping by and leaving such wonderful insights.
Shimmerbliss/CAF

5 Years Ago

I enjoyed it very much.:) Good luck in the contest!
Hi~Thank you for entering the 10 Words I Give contest! The last line sums up the relationship perfectly; through thick and thin. Sometimes it's not easy to get along with one's family. They can be so hurtful, because we love them. Each word was used wisely and I can appreciate that. Good Luck!!

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Daisie Vergara (Dhaye)

5 Years Ago

Thank you so much for the appreciation.
This is really sweet. You used the prompts beautifully

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Daisie Vergara (Dhaye)

5 Years Ago

You are sweet. Thank you, Zahra.

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