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Debdeep Ganguly


Our Mother


Holy mother, i pay you a grand respect
 
We're borne for your lovable aspect
 
From strong to weak, from rich to poor
 
You welcome all to your heart's door
 
You gave us the power of speaking
 
Neverthless, you gave us everything
 
Mother, transmogrify us from all our sins
 
With your holy charm into well beings
 
We relinquish ourselves into your hand
 
Don't keep us left behind in strand
 
Redeploy us for developing this earth
 
To construct a better future of what we are worth
 
We entreat you to make our lives equitable
 
Unite us with your love making inseperable
 
We're borne for your lovable aspect
 
Holy mother, i pay you a grand respect

Submitted: Friday, February 24, 2012
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