Apologies My Citizens Poem by Lungelo S. Mbuyazi

Apologies My Citizens

Rating: 5.0

Be hold, my son.
Thou coins does not grant
A mannered citizen membership.
I know what the nation requires:

Home to shalter your loved ones,
So they feel your tender loving care;

Wife and kids to be a recognised man.
Do you know what a family is?

Who could tell you that you can marry her?
Or will I live forever to hold my grandchildren?

Remember, those Mandela heads
Never brought us warmth but love.

Sunday, May 13, 2018
Topic(s) of this poem: lessons of life
Simon 25 June 2018

Very special lessons taught in this amazing poem...10 plus

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Lungelo S Mbuyazi 26 June 2018

Your positive feedback on this poem is very much appreciated. Thanks Simon

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Chinedu Dike 18 May 2018

Insightful lines, well conceived and elegantly crafted with artistic brilliance. A work of an intricate mind. Thanks for sharing bro.

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I thank u dear poet for adding positive feedback on my work....A work of an intricate mind...much appreciated...

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Brian 17 May 2018

Simply of a greatest lesson to be realised to all streams of life

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I appreciate your time, Brian...

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Kumarmani Mahakul 15 May 2018

What the nation requires: .......the requirement of citizens has been astutely inscribed by you dear Lungelo with nice penmanship. It is a brilliant poem in your pen. Thank u.

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Thanks dear Poet for your positive feedback... stay blessed

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Dr Antony Theodore 13 May 2018

Home to shalter your loved ones, So they feel your tender loving care; love, warmth, , married love, children, family, home.. so many concepts in such a small poem.. thank u dear poet. tony

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Thanks you, Dr. Tony. I appreciate your effort in reading my poem.

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