Lament Of A Mother Poem by Josey Alfred

Lament Of A Mother

Could you not speak, just for a while?
Just for a while, just you and me.
I am your mum, call once a while.
I feel lonely, forlorn infirm.

My world has gone silent and mute!
Inane vacuum fill now this flute!
Tell me what ails your tender heart,
And tell me, elusive pain that hurt.

Recall your smile lying in lap!
With bare your gum, and rosy lips!
An exotic bloom a thanking smile,
All stars of sky, blooming as smile.

Thursday, February 19, 2015
Topic(s) of this poem: loneliness
faithfuness 02 June 2020

Add a worry’s has gone my fear too thank u for sharing your talent with us.

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Edward Kofi Louis 11 July 2016

My world has gone silent and mute! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.

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Ruth Walters 21 May 2015

This poem is so true for many mothers and fathers too. I must be very lucky as both my sons keep in touch regularly yet still I long for more contact.

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Valsa George 12 April 2015

A mother's world is her children! The mother is eager to know about every little move of her children! But unfortunately once they are grown up, children have little time to spare for their parents! Even phone calls become so spaced and delayed and the parents languish in loneliness! Liked the poem!

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Harindhar Reddy 19 February 2015

In this poem, you showered love of mother on a child. Very truthful portrayal of affection. Loveable to read!

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Josey Alfred 18 March 2015

Thank you sir, God and mother are the only persons who forgives our offences, because their love is selfless.

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