Thabang kgwatalala


Women in men's life


I Was Born, a Woman Was There To Hold Me
''My Mother''

I Grew as a Child, a Woman Was There To Care For Me, To Play With Me
''My Sister''

I Went To School, a Woman Was There To Help Me Learn
''My Teacher''

I just needed company and to share mine feelings with someone, .A women was there to guide me
'My Best Friend'

I Became Depressed, Whenever I Lost, a Woman Was There To Offer a Shoulder
''My girlfriend''

I Became Tough, a Woman Was There To Melt Me
''My sister''

When I am Dying, a Woman Is There To Absorb Me
''My MotherLand''

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2014
Edited: Friday, January 03, 2014

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