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Greatest Mother

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A very beautiful woman inside and out
In her loving arms that caress me
Day and night she watched over me
And makes sure I grow pretty as I can ever be

Delicious food she makes to feed me everyday
Endless sleep she has when I’m sick for a day
Loneliness in her eyes every time I’m not okay

Cares so much for me and love me as me
Affectionate enough as a mother to me
She sings me a melody in her heart
That filled with so much love
In the most wary and fearful nights.
Lots of trials I have gone through,
Lots of support she offers me through and through.
Oh Lord I thank you for a mother who help me through!

My life is full of blessing whenever she’s around me
And she made me as wonderful as she
Yes, I thank you Lord for giving me
Oh such a great friend and a mother to me
Rest assured that I will take care of thee
Endlessly is my love to her as the rainbow, she knew
Special is what she is, for she’s the greatest mother forever true…

Submitted by Juneah Landicho.

Thank You Mother

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From depth of my sleep,
I hear your chant of love.
Dawn walked into my dream,
drizzling splendor of charm.

I glide over a rainbow,
filling my senses in color.
Dropping my sheaths one by one,
I fade away behind azure sky.

Behind veils of mystery,
someone shakes tree of stars.
I fall on your lap as hail,
melting my false images.

Let me weep my pain out,
as you fondle my heart.
Feeling warmth of your love,
I dream a dream around you.

I know not to thank you,
as my heart beats started by you.
Blood that fills my brain cells,
feels your graceful presence in me.

Listening to lullabies you sing,
I fade away into folds of sleep.
Smile on my lips while asleep,
Is thanking your warm love mom.

Submitted by Satheesan Rangorath.

Forgive Me

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What colour were your hair and eyes?
How soft was your face?
I think that you’re the best there is…
I’m sure you think I’m a disgrace.

Would you have loved like your grandma?
Caring, Selfless, not like me?
Would you have been a happy child?
Would science have been your hobby?

I don’t have words to tell you how sorry I am
And how I wish I could change what I did
At the time I didn’t know the ramifications
At the time I was just a kid.

I have never felt so sorry and helpless
Regret is all I feel
I can’t put you back together
And allow you to heal.

What were you doing in me
When your last heartbeat came?
You were 100% dependent on me
And I put out your flame.

If I could trade places with you
I would do it in a second
But at this point you might be lucky one
Because with God you are present.

I will never be able to think of you
Without sorrow in my heart
But deep down inside
We have never been apart.

Almighty has shown me
That even though what I did wasn’t right
I can still receive forgiveness
And end my innermost fight

I don’t know if you will ever forgive me
All I can do is wait and see
For the moment that my Earthly life ends
And you will finally see me

Are you going to approach me with gladness?
Or will hate be in your heart?
I would not blame you
If you had no forgiveness to impart

I hope that since God has forgiven me
You can do it, too
Forgiving myself as been tough, as well
The toughest thing I ever did do.

I look forward to the day
When YOU and my family will be together
We will laugh and sing and jump for joy
Because we will all be forever

Submitted by paromita.m07.

Memories I Treasure

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The day I came into this world,
I was crowned with your gentle love and tender touch…
my first hug..
My first step..
my first crawl..
my first spoonfed..
my first smile..
my first word..
my first drive..
every imaginable thing i’ve perceived is because of you mommy..
Its you, who taught me.. what to do.. when to do.. how to do; what, how and where I am today is because of your essence, mommy..
You choose me my dreams.. my ambition.. my career.. my life..
In you I found my best friend and closest confidante..
Its just impossible to imagine my existence without your presence..
Mommy.. I love you so much, it hurts..

Submitted by sweekriti smith.