ole kuyioni josphat


mother


a cathedral in my soul whose architect is God himself
you are a branch in the sky in which i peg my life
do you believe in love at first site? ?
i do, ,
because i loved my mother the first day i opened my eyes
and still do till today

mother, ,
you are a delegate from God
so you offer protection
as God Himself does to HIS children
you never ran out of rage
even when i am in the wrong
mother i owe all to you

mother, ,
education came forth,
you ensured i got the best
and through your ceaseless prayers, ,
i came out strong
mother, , remember your constant calls
updating yourself if am ok
both in body and spirit? ? ?

mother, ,
you are a second god to me
you made me into the man i am today
your scorns are hurtless
you sparked to ensure i am well behaved
to ensure i worked hard for a bright future
mother, , i have a prayer for you

mother, ,
a prayer that you will remain
in good health both spiritually, mentally and physically
and so shall it be
because my God liveth

Submitted: Monday, June 18, 2012

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