NATHALIE MASHA         MOI KADZONZO GIRLS -  17 YEARS

 

Never let your weakness rule your world,

The key is not complaining be wise to formulate plans,

Let your mothers be praised for what they have done,

The town of educated people I rose like a child,

To stand won the gift to be called a super mother.

 

You carried me in your womb for nine months,

You breastfeed me for more than six months,

Took great care of me since am young up to date,

You knew all my weakness and you gave me motivation,

You won the gift to be called a super mother.

 

Mother always stood as the head of the family,

My father a bodaboda driver only knew to drink and smoke,

But mother works very hard so as to provide basic needs,

Mother never give up nor fail my father in everything he does,

She has been my role model, what can I offer her?

You won the gift to be called a super mother.

 

Children obey your mother she is the only one,

Who knows the pain of you coming in this world?

Learn to respect and love her, a lot of blessings,

Never point a finger on her no matter how rich you are,

Great friendship and your closed doors shall be opened,

 

You won the gift to be called a super mother.

POEM BY NATHALIE MASHA, MOI KADZONZO GIRLS - 17 YEARS

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