Treasure Island

Bashyam Narayanan


Mother's Day


Second Sunday of the month of May
Marks the Mother’s day
But tell me without a mother is there a day
Day dawns with her sun sets because of her love
There is no comparison to a love of a mother
She walks extra, talks extra, so that all
Feel the pleasure of her care
Her only pride possessions are
Her children and their father, who made her a mother
She has no expectations from them
But expression “I love you mom”
Once a while and here and there
For these words
She would do anything to please you
And far beyond too
She might not be near you
But there is always a place for you in her heart
She might have fallen sick
But her motherhood never
She might have been dead and gone
Her motherhood keeps on
Watching you and your growth
We call earth “the mother earth”
Not because we all came off her womb
But because we thrive on her kindness
We get the life support system from her
It is not the birth that determines the motherhood
It is the nurturing care with love that marks the motherhood
On this mother’s day let us resolve
To honour the motherhood in all mothers we have around
Try to emulate her caring kindness
So that human race is sustained and is alive

Submitted: Monday, May 13, 2013
Edited: Monday, May 13, 2013

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