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sagar gandhi

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Mother's Day Poem

Mother's Day Poem

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Let's dedicate this mother's day to ....

Those mothers who yell at their kids who demand for ice cream before dinner.

Those mothers who die several times in those unbearable pains while giving birth to their piece of heart 

Those mothers who keep awake all nights with their sick toddlers in their arms. Those mothers who show up at work with milk stains on their dress and diapers in their handbags. Those who mothers cannot restrain tears rolling down their cheeks when they get hold of their babies' tiny fingers for the first time.

Those mothers who give birth to babies to never see them again.

Those mothers who taught their children to tie the shoelaces even before they started going to school.

Those mothers who dared to give homes to orphan babies and showered them with mother's love.

Those mothers who defy all odds just to watch their kid perform and repeat to themselves "That's my bravo!!"

Those mothers who fight in this unkind world on their own to make both ends meet.

Those mothers who have still been "remaining" for being left behind from their life partner in their journey of togetherness.


Those mothers who are eager to listen the word "Mom", even though they know that their kids are nowhere around.

Those mothers who shed bulky tears while sending off their kids offshore for higher studies.

Those mothers who still shower mercy and kindness on their kids despite being insulted by or in front of their "yesterday's-daughter/son-in-laws"

Those mothers who helped their son in raising their first-step-of-life but that son denied to help them in their last-step-of-life.

Those mothers whose heartache to watch their son or daughter disappear down the street, walking to school alone for the very first time. Those mothers who take care of their kids from their very first breathe but later have to go helter skelter to be taken care to breathe their last.

Those mothers who showed stars to their kids when they were toddler but those kids turned heads when there was time to take care of their mother's scars.

Those mothers of the Survivors, Martyrs, Victims of different horror episodes. Those mothers who sat in front of their TVs in horror, clinging to their child who just arrived from school safely. 



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