December 12, 2018 by thewashingteenian
by Chrystelle Angie Binga, Staff Writer
I wish wherever you are, you find peace, the happiness, the love, the strength that you needed your entire life. Life isn’t easy for anybody, mother, you know, and now it is harder for me because you are not part of my world anymore. You´re gone, without telling me goodbye, telling me you love me, hugging me or kissing me. I wish life was more easy for you, I wish I was by your side every moment to protect you and love you. But I didn’t have the opportunity. I was selfish, arrogant, and stubborn, and I’m sorry I said hurtful things. Mother, I never meant it, I love you deep inside my heart, you are the woman who gave me life, and I promise to cherish you for the rest of my life. I promise I will make you proud where you are, watching me. I promise I will become someone successful and important who will have a brilliant future. I promise I will take care of my little brothers. But I am scared to deceive you and not succeed because the pain it’s so deep that I spend my time crying you. Mom, i miss you. I love you. Why you are gone, why did you leave me? I miss you.