Josey Alfred Poems
|81.||Mom You Can Help||5/2/2015|
|82.||I Felt Her Warmth||3/12/2015|
|85.||Lament Of A Mother||2/19/2015|
|86.||In Wild Wind||3/19/2017|
Comments about Josey Alfred
You think that by your own merit,
You scaled the worldly seats of height!
If so you fool, your mind is blind,
And is an outcast, from fairyland.
Parents worked hard, to fend and feed,
To help you reach, top seats refined.
You dump them now, for they need help,
For you want to enjoy, your world.
You think that they just did their role,
Why do they fret and feel so sore?
Why should I care, “forget the lore”
My wife, demand a fancy car.
I work too hard to keep lifestyle!
Lament Of A Mother
Could you not speak, just for a while?
Just for a while, just you and me.
I am your mum, call once a while.
I feel lonely, forlorn infirm.
My world has gone silent and mute!
Inane vacuum fill now this flute!
Tell me what ails your tender heart,
And tell me, elusive pain that hurt.