Beautylight Kerubo


Thank You Mama


Your kindness started in your womb
You carried me for nine months
You took good care of me
You nourished my little delicate body
I thank you mama.

You were always there for me
You showed me how to smile and laugh
You wiped away my tears
You napped and bathed me
I thank you mama.

You showed me how to walk
You lifted me up when i stumbled
You dusted the dust and dirt
You smiled to encourage me to take another step
I thank you mama.

I will never query your hardwork
I have never gone hungry
I have never walked bare feet
You clothed me and made my hair
I thank you mama.

Submitted: Thursday, July 24, 2014

Topic of this poem: thanksgiving


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