Mama, I Love You So
Your face is capturing me,
Image of your pose as a happy gesture is what I long,
Your beauty of silenced i missing so.
You compelled me sometimes not to do when I'm in wrong,
You ease my stomach in time you know,
You cared more about me than I care you so.
And now I'm crying, I missed you so,
The smile of yours is what I want now,
That gives hope to my lonely hour.
I'm sorry sometimes if I lack to give it back to you
As you deserves my love for you.
Mama, I remember you,
The time you sat at the balcony,
Thinking so deep remembering your days.
I knew what life you have had before,
But when you gave birth,
I knew! I am your life now.
Mama, I know you missed me,
Waiting for me to come back home
just to see and stare at me.
Mama, don't be worried!
I'll be back to you, where I belong.
Mama, just be strong!
I know I'd never say this before,
That I love you so.
I am sorry the days I spent with you,
I have a regret I never know.
Now I remember the more of you!
I miss you so, I missed you so.
Mama, you making me smile,
Remembering Those days that I compelled you so,
Asking a coin is what I want from you,
Then you took your wallet and gave it to me.
Just a coin I only asked,
But you desired to give your all.
Now my days turns a tears,
Flowing like a rushing water in the river fierce.
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