Majid Yousuf

Rookie - 10 Points (31/Mar/1994 / Pahalgam, A valley of Shepherds)

GEGE (Mom)


Gege Its just a four digit word but as curt it is, as bulky it is. It's been 19 years since I know you, your unconditional love for me is same as it was when i played in your lap, I hardly retrieve those days but i still feel those moments when I'm with you. I know its been very difficult to handle me but still you did it with excellence.I remember when i got ill and you were whole night awake just to comfort me, i will never forget the times when I used to come from school tired and your warm receive on my arrival. Moma you did a lot for me and I can't sum up it here coz its like tryna touch the space from surface. I know there been hard times in our home but you neva let me know coz you know it can make me sad, You always smiled like 'everything gonna be alright'. You told me about the lord and I hear it very patiently, I grew up with your teaching and today you are lord to me. I know you growing old now and now its my time to serve, I can't do the bit of what you did? But I'll try my best.I love you gege so much and I can give an arm for you.

Submitted: Sunday, May 12, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 16, 2013

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