Eric L. Harris
Sometimes I wish that I were back at home
In the loving arms that held me strong.
To reassure my safety, my peace, my soul;
To let me know that everything was okay, that you were in control.
But reality has set in, my course is now set;
Guided by your love, making no move that I would regret.
You hath raised me, raised a man, a man of values indeed.
Your instructions on life I live by and have learned to take heed.
Obedience is therefore greater than any sacrifice I can make,
And I’d rather die horrifically, than your heart at any time I break.
Love you, yes indeed, far greater than any other.
A lady of profound beauty and wisdom, but above all MY MOTHER