Treasure Island

Meenakshi Hariharan

(21-3-1993)

Mom, When I Cried


Early morning, you make my bread,
The same with love to me you fed,
But when I cried to eat you said,
When I am with you don't need to be sad.

While walking to school, I was always red,
I would nag for you to carry me to the end,
But when I cried to walk you said,
When I am with you don't need to be sad.

From school when I come back,
With home works in my big pack,
I cried to do them, but you said,
When I am with you don't need to be sad.

At night, you put me in bed
My manners with stories you mend
But when I cried to sleep, you said
I am with you don't need to be sad.

Now all day long in loss I cry
Will you come, or at least give it a try?
But when I cried myself to sleep, in my dream you said
My child, you don't need to be sad.

Submitted: Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, August 15, 2012

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