Kwenadi Thobejane

Veteran Poet - 1,346 Points (12 January 1997 / Kutlwanong Location Odendaalsrus)

My Baby - Poem by Kwenadi Thobejane

My baby
I cannot deny
You came unexpected
Your father and I
Never planned to have you
But I'm glad
We are happy you are here with us.

My baby
You came in times of poverty
But I promise to give you your true identity
When I thought I have lost my pride
You made me proud
And gave back my pride.

My baby
If I'm to give you a name
It's going to be Perseverance and Success
For you are the perceiver of my goals
And a successor in my dreams.

My Angel
You are my Degree of life
You gave me a reason to live.
Ore' you brought in our lives.

I cannot stop thinking of that cute little smile of yours
Your adorable laughter as I play with your tiny little toes.

I didn't just conceived you
I gave birth to my name
You are my reflection
and the image of your father.

Beyond our imperfections
I gave birth to you
Beyond our mistakes
I became a mother of a beautiful soul.

My baby
I may have indulged myself into a ten minutes fun
Mistake they call it
But I didn't give birth to a mistake
I gave birth to my angel sent from heaven.

I gave birth to my dream
I fulfilled my goals
And I love you
My baby

My heart is at peace
My soul is restored
God blessed me and showered me with you
My baby..

Topic(s) of this poem: baby

Form: Free Verse


Comments about My Baby by Kwenadi Thobejane

  • Dr.tony Brahmin (3/27/2018 5:58:00 AM)


    My baby
    If I'm to give you a name
    It's going to be Perseverance and Success
    For you are the perceiver of my goals
    And a successor in my dreams.the hopes and wonderful dreams of a mother... it touched me my dear poetess may be because my beloved mother died of cancer when i was very very young........ thank you. i feel withu.. tony
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, March 25, 2018



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