Poetry

January 26, 2018 Poetry , POETRY / FICTION

Albert Gonzalez Farran/UN photo

 

By

Madamidola Oladele

 

 

 

Mother Is Gold

 

(For Mothers everywhere)

 

 

If perchance I was asked

By a face open or masked

What makes a mother kind or good?

My answer would go beyond her food.

 

Charity, they say, begins at home

Untrained children will always roam

Mama Mia, you’re the best

You are the strength under my vest.

 

Countless sunshine eyes have seen

Many places legs have been

Like the hen protects her chicks

Mama Mia, you bear my kicks.

 

Your little love

Your little care

The little pains you bear for me;

Your little smiles

Your little cries

All the prayers you pray for me;

Your little pains will bring big gains

Because your prayers bless me like rains.

 

Mother is Gold

My Mum is Bold

Mama Mia, you are the BEST!

 

 

 

 

 

Madamidola Oladele Moses

Madamidola Oladele

Madamidola Oladele Moses is a creative writer with a bleeding-heart. Born in Lagos, Nigeria in the mid 80s, he hails from Osun State in Nigeria. Oladele had both his Primary and Secondary education in Lagos State before he moved to the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, where he obtained his B.A Degrees in Literature-in-English. He is presently concluding his M.A Programme in Literature-in-English at the Department of English of the same University. He was the President of the National Association of Students of English and Literary Studies (NASELS, OAU) 2010/11 Session. He is the current Public Relations Officer of the Murtala Muhammed Postgraduate Hall of Residence, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.

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