Growing Up Poem

A daughter feeling crushed by her mom's disapproval pleads for some space and some trust.

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This poem has touched me because I feel like my mom won't let me grow up. I feel like she keeps me locked up in the house and she doesn't let me ever do anything. I asked her the other day if...

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Published: February 2006

Mom you're the greatest woman of all times
Even when you scream at me, hug me and truly speak your mind
I love you to death but right now you should let me choose my future
So if I make a mistake I know next time to do better
I love you mom and right now I'm undecided
I need your encouragement right now and I already am frustrated and can no longer hide it
Let me grow up and succeed and learn when I fail
You don't know my out come, letting me live is the only way to tell.
Mom I'm going to college, shouldn't you be proud of that
I hate it when I tell you what I want and you always get mad
I just want you to be there for me whether I happy, mad, FRUSTRATED or sad

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  • by Erin
  • 8 years ago

This poem has touched me because I feel like my mom won't let me grow up. I feel like she keeps me locked up in the house and she doesn't let me ever do anything. I asked her the other day if I could go get my license and she said no b/c she thought I was gonna "sneak" off to a club for Halloween with my friends. I was so mad at her. I'm 18 years old and she needs to let me grow up.

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