Mom in your eyes does the Universe lie
Mom in your eyes does the Universe lie1 min 107 1 min 107
If I had one chance to look back at the moment that defined purity,
I would reminisce the look in your eyes, the eyes filled with surety,
big beady bulbous ones that have the power to illuminate a dark hole,
like water, you cared, you nurtured and molded yourself in any role.
Just to see me safe and smiling, untouched by the horrors of this world,
you swallowed my griefs and every form of pain that was hurled.
You protected me but always ensured that I would also learn to stumble and fall,
because falling and standing up again, made me grow, made me tall.
You taught me that the journey mattered more than the destination,
That the greatest strength one possesses is a vivid imagination,
Such little pearls of infinite wisdom that taught me to become a better person,
Which served as literal oars when the tides of time were rough and uncertain.
If selflessness could find meaning and a shape,
It would be you, majestically draped in a superwoman's cape,
Showering infinite selfless love like the shining sun,
With you as the guiding light, there is never a need to fear, nor run.
Like time, you are timeless, encapsulating us in its divine embrace,
In your eyes does the universe lie, where there is no pain,
just me and you and the vitality of love as its only base.