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Mansi Sharma

Rookie (17.3.1992)

My Mother


Mother my Mother, thanks to you,
For all you did & all you’ll do.

For all those lessons that you taught me,
From how to walk to how to see.
For all those nights in which you didn’t sleep,
& took my care whenever I was weak.

Mother my Mother, thanks to you,
For all you did & all you’ll do.

You are my weakness & strength too,
All that I am, is because you.
You gave me rose & took out the thorn,
Then gave me courage to carry on.

Mother my Mother thanks to you,
For all you did, & all you’ll do.

You are my life & you are my lord,
In Your shadow I can see my God.
I can feel your footsteps every time behind me,
All doors of hope were locked when you gave me the key.

Mother my Mother thanks to you,
For all you did, all you’ll do.

Submitted: Sunday, May 11, 2008
Edited: Sunday, May 11, 2008
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  • Rookie Saleem Cty (11/18/2008 2:19:00 AM)

    hi Mansi you don a great job........when i read this my eyes fiiled with tear (Report) Reply

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