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Thanks Maa! trust me, you have done a good job.

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This one is for you Maa….its about the gratitude we feel for our parents who have played a very important role in defining and empowering us to emerge from our cocoon & find our wings.

In the nights of agony,

you were my solace

Your comforting words Maa,

led the flame burning

All my fears, inhibitions disappear,

the moment I think of you,

I know we all have to walk our own path,

but thanks Maa for being my torch-bearer

I know, my restlessness always worried you,

still you never showed,

“Come on, you can do it”– this is what you roared.

You know Maa, my friends say that I am so tough,

They queue up to take my advice

and call me to solve their problems,

That very vulnerable and sensitive girl inside me peeps out and applauds-

and I can imagine your face brimming with pride & joy,

I chuckle to myself “Ah! What a transformation!”

You nurtured me with rich values and ethics,

You taught me to trust, when the whole world seemed despicable,

You taught me to be compassionate and to love,

I believe, this has really worked,

I can let go hard feelings so easily, and I can breathe…

I breathe to be free,

I breathe to be at peace,

I breathe to live my passion.

I am able to stand up for myself

and for the things I feel are right,

Nothing can crumble my self-belief,

nothing can deter my confidence,

I am no more brittle,

nothing can break me down,

I breathe to aspire what I desire,

I breathe for my ‘continuous evolution’

I promise Maa,

I will always keep my conscience alive

See Maa, I am growing up

and have grown up all these years,

I’ve captured my doubts,

I have fought with my weaknesses,

I’ve followed my dreams

and have explored my strengths….

Really Maa,

your cocooned caterpillar is slowly growing into a butterfly,

A butterfly with spread out wings

and multiple colours of life.

Maa, now you can heave a sigh of relief,

just sit back and see me flying

Thanks Maa!

Trust me, you have done a good job

Kudos to you,

Love You,

Your baby J

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2 Comments

  1. Mothers indeed are perfect. Nothing saddens me more than seeing a child who has lost her mother. Because no love comes even remotely close.

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