Von Classic

A Good Son

In life's battle,
a child without a mother
could be murdered.
Thus, it would be right
to write with a deep sense of sight
to a mother of great height.
You took me in without shy,
delivered me without life,
and gave me a worthy life.

As a Good Son, I say:
I will reciprocate in all ways.
Trials may surface at old age,
but I'm prepared
to be your defence.
Mama, I pray thy Lord,
You live long enough
to reap your son.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 16, 2012

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  • Babalola Adeola (2/16/2012 3:09:00 PM)

    amen. A nice one. You are indeed a good son.

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