I love this milk, I can’t wean
Honestly, I love these tits
They come with milk, the only delicacy for me
I look up to her face, and direct to her eyes.
I can see care in there, pouring down to me
I can see the love in those arms, behold they hug me tight.
All these I remember now, when I miss her
She is gone, and I am sad
She was my heroine, and that made me a hero
I looked up to her, and she was there for me
Tender, loving, and caring.
Mother, how great thou were
Gave me life, and clothed my nudity
Carried me like a bag of gold on your back
A watchful eye never losing sight of me,
To ensure I was there, secure and vibrant.
Did I lack anything mum?
Did I miss any of your love?
Did I miss any of your warm embraces?
Did you deprive me my food?
Did I wander around homeless?
No! You stood by me, for me
Triumph over the wars, you fought for me
The soldier of my life, you defended me
Guard of my life, you gave me honor
Sheath of my life, you hid me from the craving troubles.
I am grateful mother
You were such a powerful woman
This I have written, was your unspoken
In silence and submission you built our family
In total dedication you ensured we got educated
Oblivious of the tough terrains, tough times, tough crises
You gave us the best, and that is what a mother is made of,
Made of steel, to conquer the enemies for her family.
You made the complete woman for my dad
Joy, happiness and content you came with
You bound our family with love, and built it wisely
Stood by it during terrible times, always optimistic
Consistent, a great manager and task doer
And I miss all that
I can’t pay you
But surely you were always great
I can’t forget you
Even though I miss your cheery caring spirit
I have to stand for myself, coz you ain’t no more.
Sleep well mother, fare thee well.