Beloved Mother - Poem by Nyagaka Charles
You brought me up in this unfair world,
Teaching me not to say the wrong word,
When I 4got u reminded me,
You never let me fall when I slipped,
When I drowned you rescued me,
And placed me on the dry land away from the crocs,
You tirelessly encouraged me whenever I gave up,
You humbly corrected me when I went wrong,
Your tender love and care embraced my loneliness,
And your hard work was my inspiration.
May you live to see your thousandth birthday,
May you cherish the days of your old age,
How I wish every mother were like you,
But uniqueness is a God given gift,
Not even fingers are equal!
God Bless You...Mother.
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