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  77.     

Darling Mother! - By Kitty Cotton 10 Years Old.

A poem written by my great niece, Kitty Cotton, who is 10 years old, for her Mother on Mother’s Day.


Darling Mother,

You care and love me with all your soul,
You feed me even though I can be a messy pup!
I love you so much,
Your love and sympathy is all I ask for.

But on that special day I’m going to give you
something.
No, not chocolates or flowers,
No, not make-up and bag,
Something more important, something you gave me
and I’m giving back.

It is my love and sympathy.

Love you lots

Tuns of love, your daughter
KITTY
XXXXXXXX
 
Ernestine Northover

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  78.     

Unconscious Sufferer

Tossed his hands in the air
Had it up to here, would no
longer take the time to lay
one hand near her; she sat
down to cry, was looking
for sympathy, but it was no
where to be found, he closed
the door behind him softly;
more softly than she had
ever treated him - lied from
the start; was not love at
first sight, but supposedly
fell in love over time; he
often suspected that she
also cheated; the irony
was that she threw him
out, with nothing more than
the clothes on his back -
that's gratitude for twenty
eight years, and on top of
that she played on her own
family's sympathy; but the
one that was really hurt
was the son - he was the
unconscious sufferer.


'2008'
 
Robert Sheridan

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  79.     

He...a father...an insentient.

He is a father,
Walking door to door,
Running here and there,
Begging the sympathy,
Ragging his own,
Only for his child,
Who is now in coma,
Fighting with death,
He...a father...an insentient.

He is a father,
Staring at the body,
His eyes are foggy and wet,
That body belongs to his son,
Who is now past only,
Only for a few dollars,
Or for a sympathy of kind hearts,
He...a father...an insentient.

He is not alone,
Lots like him around us,
Waiting for our hands,
Seeking for our helps,
He can not but cry,
He is so incapable,
Only see his child to loose,
Far away from him,
He...a father...an insentient.

You, me, anyone of us,
Would be one like him,
Please raise our hands,
Save a life of a child,
Not for the sake of god,
Not for him or his child,
Just for us, our child,
Not let them to die for dollars,
Not let to sigh and cry,
Any man of poverty like him,
He...a father...an insentient.
 
kafil uddin raihan.

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King of Silence

I can take your pain away
If you tear down your fortress of memory
I can take your pain away
You dont always need to be strong
I can take your pain away
I know we have different shoes
I can take your pain away;
Barefoot
We will find it through
You are the king of silence
You dont need one word to talk to me
All I know is I have sympathy
Close your eyes and lean your head on me
I can take your pain away
If you find a remedy in me
I can take your pain away
You can take as much as you want from me
I can take your pain away
We have a linking between us
I can take your pain away; everytime
We can find a clue
You are the king of silence
You dont need one word to talk to me
All I know is I have sympathy
Close your eyes and lean your head on me
 
genesis learny

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