Adieu O Mother - Poem by Kezang Dawa
May I write this song for you,
and your departed soul?
I know it's been a long yore
Since you left me alone,
in a depth of tragedy.
It's time to mourn,
Sitting beside your grave stone;
I shall lit butter lamp on the alter,
To let you free from Samara.
I am here to lit the lamp of love
With a bunch of daffodil,
In the name of thou.
If you are there in this world
I would not have to face problems,
And be under the depth of despair.
Oh! Mother, this song is mixture of all agony.
I shed tears beside your grave alone,
And feel the pain of your absence.
I know I was helpless
As you took your last breath.
But I shall console,
No one can stop the nature's commands.
O Mother! May your soul rest in peace.
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