MOHAMMAD SKATI


Like Mother, Like Daughter -# 2


Like mother is like daughter in everything, If a mother is a pretty tree, then a daughter is a pretty fruit, If a mother is a mirror, then a daughter is the reflection in it, If a mother is generosity, then a daughter is a pretty giver, If a mother is a pretty book, then a daughter is its pretty words, If a mother is a pretty sun, then a daughter is the pretty beams, If a mother is a pretty river, then a daughter a pretty sip, If a mother is beauty, then a daughter is love, If mother is a dream, then a daughter is reality, If mother is a brilliant day, then a daughter is the pretty light, so Like a mother is like a daughter in everything

Submitted: Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Edited: Thursday, May 15, 2014

Topic(s): love


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