Pragya Bajpai

Rookie - 0 Points (9-11-1990 / kanpur India)

Mother Poem by Pragya Bajpai

Mother comes on earth
To give us birth
First she makes child to play in a cradle
Then teaches us how to paddle
Mother is next to God
that should not be forgot
Mother is an idol of affection
Towards whom each child has attraction.

Mother is always full of charity
And wants to see her child in prosperity
She struggles all day for us
So sacrificing for her is must
We should not forget her obligations
And try to give according to her expectations.

We should try ourselves that she never faces insult
Otherwise for ourselves it will be a guilt
Mother is a feather
Which is attached to every other
Mother always worries about our carrier
And also helps us to face barriers
Mother is an idol of beauty
To fulfill her dreams is our duty.

Submitted: Friday, September 6, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 6, 2013

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  • Rookie - 17 Points Shraddha The Poetess (9/6/2013 9:34:00 AM)

    well done diiiii..........that's a great dedication to a mother.........vry vry nice...
    i also innvite u to read my poems specially hindi ones on mom..[like tujhe bulaaya] (Report) Reply

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