Mahfooz Ali

(28 October / Lucknow (U.P.) India)

Thank you Mom.


Thank you for a childhood others only dream of,
Thank you for the hugs and kisses, the discipline and love.
Thank you for the breakfast, lunch, and dinners,
for all those many (fourteen) years,
Thank you for sharing my joys, and wiping away my tears.
Thank you for being such a good nurse and fixing a scraped knee.
Thank you for a brother and sister who are so dear and sweet,
Thank you for taking care of me.

So many thank to you, I cannot count them all,
Thank you for being there every time I 'd call.
Thank you for being my friend, every day of my life.
I am sure that's what makes me happy as a son

But, Alas! You are no more to see
me how happy I am
Everyday day I used to find you
among the stars,

I love you Mom.

Submitted: Monday, June 11, 2007
Edited: Thursday, March 10, 2011
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