Final Tribute Poem by Lungelo S. Mbuyazi

Final Tribute

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Forever your omniscience,
Will live in my heart.
From infancy to manhood,
Taught me to take responsibility;
That taught by deeds & word
That it's noble to give
Than to receive;
Preserve the propensity
Of doing much for others
And promote the urge
Of reserving the best for others.
Parenting the lessons
That have stood the test
Of time & separation
And permeates my affective,
Epistemological & ontological motif.

Words from your mouth,
Were healing, rebuking,
Strengthening & carageous
What more can I say?
Let the world sing' em all

Clearly, you are now
Worth more than
The man & woman
The world tall to meet.
My gratitude for your
Spirituality you've displayed;
The inspiration & intellectualsm
That incessantly goads me
To emulate my parents,
Who taught me that
Endurance stands fast
In the face of envy,
Witstands the onslaught
Of slanders & lie mongers

Tuesday, December 5, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: death,praise
Lincoln 02 July 2018

Very very emotional's easy to relate with.

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Lungelo S Mbuyazi 04 July 2018

Thanks Lincoln...much appreciated

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Siyabonga A Nxumalo 19 April 2018

Eloquently penned poem, I relate to it as both my parents are late. But as you put in your beautifully written poem, they taught me well. I'm a MAN because of their teachings. They did their job perfectly, now it's up to you to heed their teachings. Siya_! !

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Lungelo S Mbuyazi 20 April 2018

Thanks Siya for your comments, they really uplift my spirit of writing

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Simon 06 December 2017

Wow! Farewell my parents....what a very emotional poem? The doesn't tell us though, about what happened to your parents yet both died...and these are your last words for to them...It just let the reader to fill up the gabs....10++++

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Thanks for your kind and positive feedback to this blessed

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