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umoh cyril

(12/05/1995 / Lagos nigeria)

My Inlaws


The mother of my mother,
The father of my father,
Those that did not bother,
To accept my only lover,

To my mother inlaw,
I love her too much,
don't say never no more,
I need her even More,

The mother of my lover,
The father of my lover,
Those that did not bother,
To accept my only lover,

Your blessings are needed,
That's why I pleaded,
To accept who I needed,
For my life to be completed,

The mother of my mother,
The father of my father,
The mother of my lover,
The father of my lover,

Those that did not bother,
To accept my only lover,
I swear I do love her,
And in my life I do need her,

Your blessings are really needed,
That's how I pleaded,
To accept who I needed,
For my life to be completed.

Submitted: Monday, October 14, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 25, 2013

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