Near Away.

You might not have seen me,
I was near you.
You couldn't hear me, I know,
my gasps for breath.
You can't see my sweat dry.
You came into a world I gave you.
You live there.
You are, in your childhood,
though grown up, my child.
But you still exist,
in that same world of yours; of childhood.
And I your mother
still empties my breasts
and my life for you.
Just look around,
I am near you.


Anya said…
So lovely touching words :-)
rohini said…
oh !! meaning full....just loved it.....
Terri said…
Sweet photo to go with this lovely touching poem!!!
Anu Lal said…
Thank you friends:)
Anu Lal said…
Thanks Naliniji.
Rachna said…
beautiful poem for every mother and child.
Anu Lal said…
Thank you Rachnaji.
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