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Oh! My Mother

Mother, Mother oh! my mother
You give me lots of love
And I love you as you love
You are sweet
As you meet
Mother, Mother oh! my mother
You are sweet as candy
You give me pariority
I always miss
Your lovely kiss
Mother, Mother oh! my mother
Parul Naveen

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Good Bye My Mother

I knew I wanted to say something about my Mother to all her Relatives and friends.
I hoped words of wisdom would flow from my mind. Words that every one would remember.
But in the end it was not my words that were important, it was about the Lady we have come here this day to say good bye to.
But before we say our farewells I would like to tell you something about my Mother.
My Mother was proud. My mother was Strong. My Mother loved me even when I was wrong.
I ask you now not to be sad, that my Mother has died..But to celebrate that my Mother lived.
To rejoice in the memories we each have,
To hold her memory in your heart and think of her often saying three words to her I love You..

I leave you now with this vision in your mind….. a stormy sky. Thunder crashing in your ears.. lighting flashing across the dark sky..

and My Mother Alicia ridding on a winged Horse. The wind in her hair and a smile on her face…. And now I say to her ………. Fear well my mother I LOVE YOU. We to celebrate your life….
Tanith Ayesha

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My Mother - Earth

My mother removes
My sufferings.
My mother protects me.
My mother nourish me
In the form of this earth.
My mother is supreme,
All the sciences reside in my mother.
My mother is my world,
I see my mother everywhere.
My mother saves me from danger,
My mother protects me from fears.
gajanan mishra

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Why Not Mother's Initials?

It was only a mother who so majestically bore you 9 months in her Omnipotent womb; nourishing every ingredient of your blessed body and bone; with her very own pricelessly inimitable blood,

It was only a mother who delivered you so celestially to the world; not letting even the most infinitesimal of scratch engulf your persona; whilst bearing the most indescribably excruciating of pain,

It was only a mother who so compassionately suckled you with her sacrosanct
milk; mollifying even the most mercurial trace of your irascible hunger; although she was uncontrollably shivering in cancerous disease all the time,

It was only a mother who so holistically taught you how to walk; following
and tracing even the most oblivious footstep of yours; whilst you kicked your baby feet in uninhibited abandon towards her impeccable face,

It was only a mother who so obsessively searched every cranny of this earth;
to feed you with the best food and fruit available; bearing countless a whiplash of the sadistically pugnacious society in the entire process,

It was only a mother who so unsurpassably trembled in the freezing winter night; but enveloped every inch of your tiny form in the last altruistic robe adorning her venerated body,

It was a only mother who so endlessly fought against the entire planet; just so that you wholesomely followed even the most unconventionally evanescent dreams of your heart; just so that you blossomed till realms beyond infinite infinity in whatever symbiotic you chose to do,

It was only a mother who so irrefutably believed every voice that emanated from your soul; even as the entire Universe ignominiously slandered you and incarcerated you
in ghoulishly crippling chains,

It was only a mother who so magnanimously condoned even the most unpardonable of your sin; infallibly believing it when you said that it had happened quite inadvertently from your demeanor,

It was only a mother who so indefatigably prayed to the Omniscient Almighty
Lord for your perpetual betterment; whilst herself pathetically emaciating on a coffin of cadaverously fetid thorns,

It was only a mother who so selflessly and forever showered her countless blessings upon your impoverished form; even though at times you rebuked her; and lived in separated dwellings after earning your own livelihood,

It was only a mother who so brilliantly sketched even the most ethereal ingredient of your form with the redolent blood in her veins; even in the most diabolically crucifying of blackness,

It was only a mother who so perennially congratulated you at the even the most fugitive of your accomplishment; whilst the entire tawdry planet unceasingly laughed at your inanely frigid foolhardiness,

It was only a mother who so inexhaustibly stood guard by your side all day
and satanic night; invincibly safe-guarding you from even the most dreariest voice of the devil; whilst you snored in bounteous heaven's paradise,

It was only a mother who so unabashedly sold herself to every tangible trace of the chauvinistic male demon; just in order to earn that extra penny; which would add an undefeated glint to each element of your survival,

It was only a mother who so indefatigably harnessed even the most fleeting trace of your creativity; epitomizing the artist effulgently radiating from your breath; to perpetually blend with the Omnipresent Almighty Lord,

It was only a mother who so royally ameliorated you from the dungeons of torturous pain; metamorphosing even the most unstoppably bleeding of your wounds into the unassailable light of the Morning Sun; with just a single of her miraculous caress,

It was only a mother who so immortally loved you as her child; immortally dedicated every beat of her heart to your ecstatic creation; for a countless more of her lifetimes,

It was only a mother who so timelessly nourished every aspect of your truncated existence with her unflinchingly godly breath; tirelessly pumping victorious life in your mind; body; soul and spirit; even after she inevitably left for her heavenly abode,

And yet you fecklessly decrepit human molecule overlooked everything that she'd done for you; cannibalistically overlooked the incomparable sacrifices that she'd made to enable you to live an unlimited number of lifetimes; ruthlessly embossing your father's initials instead of hers between your name and surname; just because it'd been going on since thousands of years; and just because your spuriously stupid society said
Nikhil Parekh

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