Sari Mavi


Mother, I Love You - Poem by Sari Mavi

Look - it's hair has turned white, shiny, silvery exposed to sunlight
Framing a face gently, who always hides fatigue

Behind the calm warm smile whoever saw


Not wanting to be seen as weak, helpless, even though the movement of your body no
longer agile

Slow, but eager to live a life


Without complaint, and has always been a
role model

I know you never cared numbers treasures that you have regardless of your hand, for
the sake of the survival of this
I know you do not want to trouble anyone,
even always want to give

I know you never asked back for all the sacrifices

Your love is timeless
Chant prayers never dried up like a spring in the mountains

O Mother -

Sincerity always radiated from the look on your face shaded
I could not find anything worth, which could replace my gratitude to you

'Never mind my daughter, I never expected any of your luxuries. Only devotion of a child to a parent, that's my real treasure! '

Topic(s) of this poem: mom


Comments about Mother, I Love You by Sari Mavi

  • Dev Anand (7/16/2016 5:52:00 AM)


    very nice poem praising your lovely mother........... you are a wonderful daughter... (Report) Reply

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  • Dr.tony Brahmin (7/16/2016 5:18:00 AM)


    Your love is timeless
    Chant prayers never dry like lake water

    O Mother - A wonderful eulogy for your loving mother. your mother is lucky to have such a great daughter...... thank you dear poetess. tony
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  • Kelly Kurt (4/2/2015 3:33:00 AM)


    A beautiful tribute, Sari. Thank you for sharing.
    Peace.
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    Sari Mavi Sari Mavi (4/4/2016 4:21:00 AM)

    Thank you very much my pleasure
    Peace to you too Sir

    Sari Mavi Sari Mavi (4/4/2016 4:19:00 AM)

    Thank you very much my pleasure Sir
    Peace

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 2, 2015

Poem Edited: Thursday, December 22, 2016


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