Naga Bhanu Vemuri


MOTHER


A mother is a friend, a teacher
A mother is a guard, a guide
A mother is a soulmate, a need
A mother is a shelter, a sweet thing.
A mother is a creator, a role model

A mother means the whole world to the child in her womb
As he enters the real world, he sees a new world
Mother is the first friend, she is his Goddess
She nourishes him, cares for him
makes him giggle, makes him sleep
Shares every moment with him, for he is her soul.
She seeks happiness in his little smile
and finds tears in his little tears
When her child takes his first steps, it is holding her hand
A child is irreplaceable to the mother and mother to the child
She feels her child is a God's gift to her
While the child feels she is the most precious gift of god
No one can compete her for her love for children.
'MOM' is the first word a child learns to speak.

Submitted: Monday, February 27, 2012

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