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by Enyinna Onwusonye, Nigeria Apr 25, 2005
Health   Poetry


Mother, I love you so much
And nobody I love as such
You taught me to go to church
And I’ll forever obey, even if I’m Dutch

You’ve always taken care of me
And you also made me see
You love me; I love you, no fee
In my life, you are the key

You taught me obedience,
For real this is not science
A law from the Omniscience
And a little common sense

You taught me to hope,
Also to take my bath with soap
You said I should never dope
Even if I get to Europe

You said I should never steal
Because stealing is not ‘being real’
You also said I should never kill
Though this I really feel

You taught me not to fight
I should always follow the Light
Even if the road is tight,
God will always make things right.

So mother, forever I’ll love you
And all your teachings do
Even if my friends boo
Believe me, I’ll always love you



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AJAO OLUSINA TUNDE | May 10th, 2005
this is great

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