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Love you dear mom

Several years ago,
you were born today,
But for me,
you are born fresh everyday,

your smile never seems to fade,
and your eyes never stop to greet,
your arms never stop to embrace me,
and your heart never,
denies a special place for me!

even when I am sad,
your enduring smile,
makes my inner blissful,
and makes me smile gracefully!

I know that even when,
you scolded me this morning,
you had a valid point in your mind,

At my dark times,
you have always reached out
a caring hand for me
and consoled me when I was struck with sorrow,
you protected me when I was in fear,

And you shared with me all merry
and made me ever smiling and blooming...
no matter how many people like
or dislike you, you are always
held in a special place in my heart..
for a sweet person like you,
I have to be thankful to you..
till I live..even after my death!
I love you dear mom...


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