Mummy, I will remember you

Mummy I will remember you.

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The sense of life is to come and go.
Visualize, if I was given one moment to existent,
simply a tiny amount of a single cut of my past.
Even in my eyes, there is a wave of an ocean
And also are tears of hope.
Glooms persist, symbols of emotion remain.
But still, I hope to hold that moment close until the end of time,
and that moment would happen eternally last.
I’d put the moment in a safe,
inside my heart’s habitat.
I could open it when I needed,
also, I would know the code.

I will not choose any symbol for my code
Because Mummy, you love goes beyond everything else.
You shape up my destiny,
You hide my mess with some magical colors.
I want to cherish each moment with you,
Mummy, Want to hide your magical love, from a crowd of the world.
If I am feeling sad and lost,
Or If I am struggling with my life,
I can go and open my little magical locker,
which saved by your name mummy
and watch my moment across with you.

I have retained your portrait within my soul beneath.
Even I was given a tiny moment to live,
From that tiny of a moment, have to snip an entire lifetime.
Mummy wish I could show you,
Explosions of my sentiments
I will paint you the sky
I will splash them with my tears of joy
And this canvas for our moments of love..

Mummy, There are so many moments.
That would lift my souls and enhancement my incentive
The moments when you always picked me up
When the road was so hard to scramble.

I am building my little archive, rooted in my heart
For all the moments spent with you, mummy
There is not a day mummy
that I do not think of you.
Till flowers lose their petals till the heather,
has lost its precipitation – Till the end of time,
Mummy, I will remember you.

Please know that I escalate all the things that you do

Love you so much, Mom, happy Mother’s Day to you!

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25 thoughts on “Mummy, I will remember you

  1. Aww, love this poem so much! I grew up being a daddy’s girl, but when my father passed away, I have learned to appreciate my mom.

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  2. I cried reading this poem. This year will be the 3rd Mother’s day that I won’t have my mom with me. I miss her terribly, but I am comforted by the thought that she is no longer in pain and that she is reunited with my dad. Happy Mother’s Day to all moms who are now in heaven.

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  3. This is such a beautiful poem. It really makes me wish I had a strong bond with my mom. It must be a great experience.

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  4. This hit me so hard. My mom is the single most important woman in my life. She showed me everything I’ve ever known about being a woman and a mother.

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  5. I was always closer to my father growing up but once I got married and had my own children, my relationship with my mother reached new levels. I miss her. This poem mirrors a lot of my feelings!

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  6. Lovely poem.. a mother’s heart knows love and care. And many a times we appreciate it much later in life.

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  7. This touched me so much. I love my mother. I love her to the moon and back and then some. This poem really captures that for me.

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  8. Such a lovely poem! I’m so sure that my sister can relate. She is a daddy’s girl. She’s always the favorite.

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  9. I so much appreciate the role of my mom most especially when I became a mother. It’s hard but doing the role is really worth it.

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  10. This is such a touching poem. an amazing tribute to all moms all over the world this coming Mother’s Day.

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    1. The more I read this piece, the more I appreciate the sacrifices of all mothers. Indeed, a fitting tribute.

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  11. This poem is so beautiful. It made me cry and missed my mom while reading this. I wish to see her on mother’s day to celebrate that special day together.

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  12. Mothers have such an impact in their child’s life. And a good relationship with one’s mom is the best. A mother should be a guide an and inspiration.

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  13. This poem just made me cry while sitting in hospital and praying for my dad. Thanks again for your strong words .Wish i can express my love to mom .God bless you .

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