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God doesnt make them like our mothers anymore

God doesnt make them like our mothers 
anymore

There is no love in them
Their eyes move in every directions like a 
chameleon
They value money more than their bodies
Every man can touch as long as he is rich 
enough

They walk around with their bellies open 
With artificial faces which defy nature
All they know is the bottle and less books
They reduce themselves to attention 
seekers 
and calling themselves names like "bad 
bitches"
I am pretty sure God doesn't make them 
like 
our mothers anymore

They boast about not being able to cook
All they know is our beds and not our kitchen
They exchange lovers like shoes 
They ignore the words of wisdom from their 
elders

Unending relationship struggles,broken 
marriages and kids with no fathers.
You find them in bars and not churches
What is happening to our generation?
God doesn't make them like our mothers 
anymore

They no longer carry seeds of patience in 
their bossom
Pretty smiles, beautiful skin but corrupt 
hearts
This is what has become of our sisters, our 
girlfriends,our women
They are lost in their world which they think 
they know everything until Aids comes 
along.

Written by Tawona M Ranganawa

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