It’s Mother’s Day!

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“You always stood by my side, cradled me when I was a child. And now after so many years you are still there for me, loving me, understanding me, oh mother I give a bow to thee”

She is an unrealistic yet a Goddess image. She blooms when her flower’s are budding; she saddens when her young one’s are crying. Yet she ensures that her children get what they want even if she has to sacrifice her own wants. She actually acts as a mirror of life, reflecting the light of life into the gloomy dreams and wipes off the tear’s when life leaves you in sheer strangeness and misery. Her love knows no prejudice, yet one day when you leave her to an old age home she greets you with the same affection and smile. Forgiveness, kindness and benevolence are her inherited traits but in this world of monsters the Goddess is feeling frail.

So let us all come together on this Mother’s Day and pay homage to all her countless sacrifices, her affectionate love, her kindness for we must not forget that what we are today is all because of her.

So go grab some wonderful gift for the lovely lady or nonetheless even spending time with her will make her feel special as there is no other better gift for the love of life then love itself.

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11 responses »

  1. arpit really nice…..nice piece of your brain work..

    arpit: Well it was not really a piece of my brain work rather it was a tribute and a way of expressing my gratitude to all the mother’s .
    Thank you Cristy for visiting my blog 🙂

  2. This is nicely, lyrically written. 🙂

    arpit: Well earlier i was quite apprehensive about this post being lyrical …. but now after reading your comment ….. I think this post has lived to my expectations. Thanks for dropping in. 😀

  3. Hi. I really love the pic of your mother and child. -May I use it in a powerpoint presentation I am doing as part of a an anti-war campaign?

    • welcome to the blog Claire! 🙂
      of course you can use it its not copyrighted to me.besides giving the due credit to the person who has made it, the name of the artist is mentioned on the painting itself.

  4. My dear and lovely MOM will not return for ever but the love and sweet memories will stay in my heart forever
    I miss you a lot

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