Treasure Island

NENGOVHELA MURENDENI

(08-01-199 / LIMPOPO (VENDA\THOHOYANDOU/MARAXWE))

MOTHERS DAY


Mothers, mothers, mothers
Mercy that you have is a speare
Responsibility you have
And all those things that you carry
For me, my brothers and sisters.

We grow alive
Today we can say
Here we are and here we live
With the voice of reason that you ushered

Today I can smile and talk
Today I can eat and drink
Amzement
At first I cant

Who teach me?
Who guided me?
Are you the one who did all this?
Im afraid of all this
If you GOD bless you.

Today I can pray
But yesterday I cant

LET ME PRAY FOR YOU.

I pray for your sucess
I pray for god will to be done
I pray for your kindness reward
I pray extra wisdom and power in you
And I pray for you
To enjoy this wonderful mothers day.

HAPPY MOTHERS DAY.

Submitted: Monday, May 11, 2009

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  • Innocent Seilane (5/26/2009 4:44:00 AM)

    For the mothers out there this poem is for you..yet again you have spelling errors but i like how you approached the mothers day thing 10+ for this one (Report) Reply

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