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ROCHISH MON

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THE GENESIS OF GLEE


A mother to me
Is the genesis of glee!
… …

I have to share about motherhood, can I?
Do you sincerely permit me without sigh?

I am not going to reveal anything new
Describing about motherhood is ever new

Anything can be awkward
Motherhood, cannot not be awkward
Everything can be wrong
Motherhood cannot be wrong

As we all are alive because of mothers
Let us also live for the sake of mothers

Come, let us declare that mothers
Are greater than the five primordial elements
If mothers are not mothers
We could not have known those elements

We all must observe that mothers
Are the root-elements
Let us not forsake mothers
And let all of us be in our elements

I deem that,
Bygone days have taken away from us
Our love and affection for mothers
I dream that,
The coming days will induce
Admiration and care for mothers

Humanity should have completeness for ever
The mankind should prosper

Say yes to my lines
Pay attention to mothers
… …

The continuation of glee
Is a mother to me!

Submitted: Wednesday, October 09, 2013

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