Kuda Bondamakara Poems
|1.||Soldier On Grand 'Ma!||8/26/2014|
|2.||Every Mother, Is My Own!||8/26/2014|
|4.||Hope In A Land Of A Hopeless Reality||8/26/2014|
|5.||Consoled In The End||8/26/2014|
|6.||The Diary Of A Bridegroom||2/14/2014|
|7.||Hang On My Angel||9/23/2014|
|8.||The Gold-Digger Of Wandsworth||11/11/2014|
|9.||The Tender Dolphin||12/16/2015|
|10.||Do You Hear Us?||6/12/2016|
|11.||Ballad Of Chichi And Chichi||1/8/2017|
|13.||You Are The Only Flower||2/7/2017|
|14.||My Beautiful Wozz-Anne -new-||3/27/2017|
|15.||The Coward In Me!||8/26/2014|
|16.||Will I Walk You Home Tonight, Oh Darlin?||2/14/2014|
|17.||A Valentine Song For Tracy||2/18/2014|
|18.||The Reason I Love You||8/26/2014|
|19.||The Journey Unknown||2/14/2014|
|20.||The Luckless Hunter||2/27/2017|
|21.||The Kungfu Panda||2/12/2014|
|22.||My Nubian Queen||2/14/2014|
|23.||God, Our Refuge!||8/26/2014|
|24.||Rivers Of Tears||9/16/2015|
|26.||The House Across Our Road||8/27/2014|
|28.||The Tears Of An Illegal Immigrant||2/14/2014|
The Tears Of An Illegal Immigrant
In the detention centres of the queen’s kingdom;
There we sat down, yea, we wept;
When we thought of home.
And we sang a sweet song of freedom;
Whose echoes reverberated;
Within the corridors of captivity.
We were detached from the outside world.
Yes, tall walls girded with barbed wire prisoned us.
Gun totting wardens monitored our very movements.
And everything had a programmed time, even toilet visits.
We were broken and carried little conviction;
So we sat down, yea, we wept.
Day and night they humiliated us, called us ...
Soldier On Grand 'Ma!
Every time my eyes close
I see a frail old woman
Thin, as a starved cow;
Dark eyes in hollow sockets.
But she hangs on to dear life
With all and might.
Over and over I hear her voice
Barely audible, even in a church mouse