john chizoba vincent
Tears For Mama - Poem by john chizoba vincent
TEARS FOR MAMA
What would I do without your smiles?
Can there be much tears for your underserved kindness?
I know how crazy I am, but I do all for you,
I am ready to be yours forever and no another.
When the sun heated up, you looked at it
And you shunned it passionately with love.
The rain drenched you publicly because of me,
You were beaten by hunger because of me,
In the street, you became homeless just to take care of me.
When I cry, you cry, beside my bed you lay
Looking into my eyes in those day I was battling
With ailment in the enemy's court.
In the altar of darkness you treaded to see me live,
You should have killed me when I was yet a blood
But you honestly keep me in your bosom.
You could have thrown me away like other did,
But you loved me just like your mother loved you.
This tears is for you mother, and I shall be yours.
Teething my fang eyes together shall be yours,
Mother, you mean all to me no matter who I am.
Yo are my first love before my wife and girlfriend.
What on earth shall make me forget you mother?
Since you never forsake me, so shall I not
Forsake you under the rain nor the sun.
You are my gold, silver and nothing matters any more.
Your faith shall keep me going in life, MOTHER!
Pray for me to see the right direction
So that tears you shaded for me shall not be in vain
In the eyes of those who doubted your dreams of bearing me.
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