Kuda Bondamakara Poems
|1.||Soldier On Grand 'Ma!||8/26/2014|
|2.||Every Mother, Is My Own!||8/26/2014|
|3.||A Call Of Distress||8/26/2014|
|5.||Hope In A Land Of A Hopeless Reality||8/26/2014|
|6.||Consoled In The End||8/26/2014|
|7.||The Diary Of A Bridegroom||2/14/2014|
|8.||A Toast For Josie||8/27/2014|
|9.||Hang On My Angel||9/23/2014|
|10.||The Gold-Digger Of Handsworth||11/11/2014|
|11.||The Coward In Me!||8/26/2014|
|12.||Will I Walk You Home Tonight, Oh Darlin?||2/14/2014|
|13.||A Valentine Song For Tracy||2/18/2014|
|14.||The Reason I Love You||8/26/2014|
|15.||The Journey Unknown||2/14/2014|
|16.||The Kungfu Panda||2/12/2014|
|17.||My Nubian Queen||2/14/2014|
|18.||God, Our Refuge!||8/26/2014|
|19.||The Tears Of An Illegal Immigrant||2/14/2014|
|20.||The House Across Our Road||8/27/2014|
He came to church to give a testimony
He believed could touch the lives of many.
So they gave him a microphone,
To turn the voice into a loud tone.
Elated he was for he'd been cured of Ebola
(Even his wife could attest to this, Viola)
The whole congregation went rapturous
To hear such news; so miraculous.
But when he turned to give the microphone
Back to the Senior Pastor
The response was:
'Son, give it to the Junior Pastor'
But the other Clergyman refused to have it
So the Senior Pastor persuaded him
To kindly take it home as a ...
Soldier On Grand 'Ma!
Every time my eyes close
I see a frail old woman
Thin, as a starved cow;
Dark eyes in hollow sockets.
But she hangs on to dear life
With all and might.
Over and over I hear her voice
Barely audible, even in a church mouse