7 months ago, updated 7 months ago
Oh dearest mother
if only time entwined and did reverse,
I would visit thee and no other
for historic landmarks I'd traverse
to see you, with me, and my brother.
Take me to a time and stall
so I warm in your miracle embrace
where your arms were my Great Wall,
and oh that smile upon your face
like a thousand daisies about to fall.
Hard and long you slaved
though all the wares bestowed to us,
the futures you lovingly paved
all my stars you held - did truss,
each, beloved memory I saved.
If selfless was an art
then you were more than artist!
Not only love did you impart
but I witness; your heart's the largest,
my beginning, was merely your start.
I grew to sing - you know
alike the lullaby's you tuned
each baritone-note - a flow
you bequeathed and crooned,
in dreams - sing me again, high n low.
So for this Mother's day
I devote in hearted words
the psalms of my inner way
chirpier than all the birds;
my undying love - on this Mothers day.