Lakshmi Ramanan


Lady Of My Life


Outlining those adorable eyes
Her eyebrows like two streams
Pouring into the seas, meet at her nose bridge
Suspended in the ocean of love, those eyeballs
So pure; So peaceful; So lovely
Captivates mine heart when met.
Her nose gushing like waterfalls branches out
She’s totally an angel beyond description
Perhaps the architect of human herself
The best person of my life –
That’s my Mother
Not a secret left unshared
Not a thought left unargued
Not a day passed without our fights
She always was, is and will be
My great Mother; My fabulous mentor
My exceptional guide, guiding me through my life
After all the disagreement, misunderstandings & fights
We always get to know each other better

Words struggle to come as
They merely can’t describe our relationship
The best one that can happen in one’s life
THEIR MOTHER

I LOVE YOU MOM! !

Submitted: Friday, July 17, 2009

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