Treasure Island

Arti Chopra

(16 Nov 1953 / Jammu)

A LOVE SO PURE


Contentment and peace
Shines bright
Sits so right in
Those wistful eyes
Eyes now restful
The healing touch of a gaze
direct
and filled with love
Hands knotted
With life's many labours
Fold and join
In a greeting
Filled with peace and humility
Her voice
Resonating with much
love in a sweet
Namaste
Her voice

Sings me a song
So pure and true
That I think she gives me
More than my due
Snowy white hair
Frames a face
Unforgettable
So very dear
A fear......
scary and real
Washes over me
When I see
Her bird like, light body
Weary and twisted
With the scarring imprint of
Old age
A fear so real
When I force myself to
Imagine a life
Without
My mother

Submitted: Wednesday, August 28, 2013

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  • Queeny Gona (9/6/2013 7:07:00 AM)

    Wow! Amazing..... Great tribute to yr mother dear Aarti Chopra ji. My heartful wishes to beloved mother.I felt the write and enjoyed to my hearts delight.


    May you read and comment on my writing titled Miss you and Celebrity and Me that falls on the same line.


    I cannt imagine my life without my mama. (Report) Reply

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