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Sulaimon Afolabi Banjoko


Mother of Mee


My Mother takes care of me when I was little
Pamper me too much
Never want anyone to take me for granted
Watches my little ass when I was little
Carried me on her back
Take me out to places
Work hard for my up bringing
Till when I reached the 16th age
I never care I have a mother
I stay out their till midnight
Never think if I have a home

I have forgotten;
when I use to cry if mother don’t stay behind me
when I don’t allow people to carry me but mother alone
when I want to go wherever mother want to go
I have forgotten……

Mother query’s me of all these
Tells me she love me more than the way I love myself

How are u doing to ur Mother? Tell somebody……

Submitted: Friday, July 01, 2005
Edited: Friday, May 14, 2010

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