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kaytee Daniel Poems
A True Mother
Ever ready to lead when in need, Ever willing to help indeed, Always ready to be disturbed to see you unperturbed, Ever willing to let go of all to see you glad.
A Single Smile
A single smile can slain, A single smile to lane, A single smile can hide the pain. A single smile can turn the tide,
You've Done All You Can But Still Do Wha...
You stand and move all around, you hoped for but it isn't just coming, you look around thinking, you stayed outdoor searching,
I Still Need You
How can I be smiling when you're gone, will i be strong enough to carry on,
Sometimes you feel incomplete and sometimes you feel so complete, we never want to let go of what make us complete. It's like gold and diamond,
The True Love
Well i thought i had seen it all, from beginning to the end, and now i know i have waited all my life to see what am feeling today is actually the true Love.
All About You
All about you, feel so insecure without you, I've searched everywhere for what could make me as happy as you. All I know is that you are close,
The Big Question
Life itself is a question. In life It's always easier to walk away,
The Kind Of World I Dream
I dream of a world without pain, A world without sorrows and shame, A world I will see all my good dreams come true. I dream of a world where only God will be in charge,
Think About It
We live for God, We pant for more but only few will ever get more because of persistency.
Home Sweet Home
One love binds us together. A happy place to be with lovely faces to see.
Not Clear Enough -new-
Looking at a clear Christmas light, Not turning around to see what the future holds, Holding down all thoughts, but still seems like all is well.
Every words carries a particular authority you believe it or not does not change the authority the word carries
When You Come Around
The day I was leaving I was feeling insecure I thought that I'd thrown away All of those days
Comments about kaytee Daniel
(4 April 1928 - 28 May 2014)
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A True Mother
Ever ready to lead when in need,
Ever willing to help indeed,
Always ready to be disturbed to see you unperturbed,
Ever willing to let go of all to see you glad.
What a woman,
Care less for herself,
Consistently in touch to see you untouched,
Always ready to be ruffled to see you remain unhurt.
Unreserved in deed,
The starting point that is exactly like the apogee,
Embodiment of a rare woman,
Incomparable in attitude,
A light that sees your altitude,
And restructures you till it becomes a reality.
Long life to all mothers.