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  309.     

Lack of Mothers love

Not everyone understands,
Mother is not in everyones destiny.
Not everyone is lucky enough.
Mothers give support and love.
But not all mothers do that.
My mother buys me everything.
She always tried to buy me everything.
But two things she was never able to buy.
I always wanted my mothers love and support.
The cost of this is nothing.
But she can never buy this for me.
She can never because there is only one for each mother.
My mother eventually bought it for my cousins and not me.
I would give her everything I have
Only if i could get her love and support.
My mother might do everything,
But always have lack in love and support towards me.
 
Ridz Patel

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  310.     

Mother Of Us All

Mother of the long silences
That pinned us to our chairs,
Where were you in your body
If not here with us?

Mother of the disappearance
That shadowed Father's face,
When did you decide you'd to leave us.

Mother of the diminishing voice
That broke into chalk,
How could we've known there're things
You'd wanted to tell us?

Mother of the busy hands
That tore at the spiked tongues,
What were you pulling, hiding at dusk for us?

Mother of the prayer beads
That pooled on our pillows,
What're you murmuring,
Hands like paper pressed from us?

Mother of the snakes
That coiled around each wrist,
Did it ever occur to you to poison us?

Mother of the stolen roses
That faded like kisses,
Why so pale by the windows,
Peering in at us?

Mother of the mirrors
That disassembled the walls,
How many times did we see you look beyond us?
 
ANIL KARKI

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  311.     

Where Has My Mother Gone?

Where has my mother gone? I haven't heard from her,
no letters and no phone calls,
When autumn winds begin to blow,
I think of her even more,
I held my mother's hands,
Warm, hard, tight, hard working hands.

On a windy night, I was scared and lonely.
My mother held me tightly, and we slept together,
More than anyone else, my mother prayed
For my complete happiness.

I saw her a year ago, sleeping so soundly.
Couldn't bear to wake her, I kissed her.
I hope you live long-----long, I want to see you again.
I stared at my mother's face,
Her face reflecting a hard, hard life,

I called mother! Mother!
There is no answer, only an echo from far away
Where has my mother gone?
Cold, Cold, Autumn winds.
 
Fusayo Butko

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  312.     

She-Once-Was My Mother

I've never forgotten
My mother's braveness
She, who stood unbroken like a rainbow
Of a multitude beautiful colours...
She- once- was my mother

And all her courage-
Uncomparable with
Any living thing...
She-once- was my mother

Those moments of terror,
Those places where no
Crickets, snakes, and birds'sounds
Could be heard,
She navigated through
Without a cheerful shadow
Ah! She- once- was my mother

And despite the rumbling bombs
And rockets'songs,
She wouldn't fling her full-topped cases
On the sorghum-filled walking way
As my father had done
When he left her behind
Can't you see!
She- once- was my mother

And the continuous calls
Of the word 'maman',
Of my baby brother- behind her back,
Couldn't supress her
She was still not easilly broken like an egg
Hard like canadian rocky mountains...
She- once- was my mother

Even as the calls kept on,
A suitable place, she would fetch
To make him suck her breasts
And continue her way-afterwards
How tenacious!
She- once-was my mother

And later, when I and siblings saw her,
Down, the joy knocked my heart
And said, 'yes girl-she once had been your mother'
 
mariechantal tuyisabe

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