Neo Molefe Wa Peloeahae Peloeahae

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Motshabi


She's my cousin
Very beautiful and yet so humble
She's my cousin
I couldn't picture life without her
She's my cousin
An answer to every question
She's my cousin
My strength when I'm weak
She's my cousin
Another reason why God is love
She's my cousin
Always brightens up the room
She's my cousin
I always pray for her safe return
She's my cousin
She makes us all shine
She's my cousin
Such a fragile soul
She's my cousin
All glory to God
She's my cousin
May she continue to propel in everything she does
She's my cousin
I know I can always count on her
She's my cousin
We are so proud of her
She's my cousin
We love her so much and blessed to have her
She's my cousin
May God protect her at all times
She's my cousin
Please don't change
She's my cousin
May you continue to make us smile
She's my cousin
This poem is for her
She's my cousin
God bless you Motshabi

Submitted: Saturday, May 11, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 17, 2013

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It is a poem for a very special cousin of mine
Who is always down to earth
I love her very much

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