In my ideal world

04/06/2018

In my ideal world

I would ask for help

I would call my friend

We would hang out all weekend

I would take my kids everywhere

Anytime, anywhere

 

But like mothers

Too pride to ask hers

So, we say next time

Thinking we’ve got a lifetime

 

In my ideal world

I would cry on your shoulder

I would eat junk food

It would feel so good

I would paint my body

Drawing what is inside me

I would jump on trampoline

Dressed in a costume of Byzantine

We would stay late at night

Laughing and screaming out loud.

 

 

But like mothers

Too pride to ask hers

So, we say next time

Thinking we’ve got a lifetime

 

In my ideal world

I would let my hair curled

I would not care about their look

I would be open like a book

I would watch a piece of theatre

Amazed like it was a first

I would play swinging

And ride a horse flying

 

But like mothers

Too pride to ask hers

So, we say next time

Thinking we’ve got a lifetime

 

To all mothers who don’t dare to talk and ask for help

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