A mother’s love is unconditional
But at times I tend to disagree.
Reprimanding them because
That’s not what you wanted them to do
Like they’re fucking robots or dogs.
You carried them for nine months
All because of a twenty minuet fling.
You take it out on your child
Because you aren’t getting laid every week
Like you used to.
Now she’s four and you haven’t had a good night sleep in 3
And you sip black coffee like an adult.
You bring her to dance classes and soccer games
In a minivan you bought
A year after she was born.
You have stickers on your windows
And sing along CD’s instead of Aerosmith
In your radio.
Radio Disney is the first station programmed instead of z100
And you haven’t had a drink in four years.
But you love her.
You love her because when they put her in your arms you cried
Because you were tired and thought she was beautiful.
She will always be beautiful
Because she is yours.
And her love for you
Will be unconditional.