Shiv Abhishek Pande

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My Mother


My mother I love u
You are only one in this world who is true
You are in me.I am in you
I love u as much as sky is blue

I am nothing in front of u
And how much u have sacrificed for me
Who can dare to prove?
My mother I love u

I am a dropp in ocean
And u r my immense ocean
U were always there for me
Every time I summoned
My mother I love u

I will be with u
Up to my last breath
I can’t express
How much in u, I have faith
My mother I love u

My mother your motherhood is divine
Its only thing treasure for mine
And after it there is nothing
Which I can find
My mother I love u

My mother tell me what can I do for u
I forget myself in front of u
Today I can really confess
I am nothing without u.
My mother I love u

Copyright © Shiv Abhishek Pande

Submitted: Saturday, July 24, 2010
Edited: Monday, July 26, 2010

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  • Gold Star - 30,038 Points Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (7/27/2010 8:40:00 PM)

    My mother your motherhood is divine
    Its only thing treasure for mine
    And after it there is nothing.... nicely composed and rally moving one....10

    rad mine...o, mother, mom i miss u..mother and i cred (Report) Reply

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