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Never hesitate to leave
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Last edited: Friday, September 23, 2011
Posted: Friday, September 23, 2011

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I would never hesitate to leave this world
If my child is in danger or slips out of fold

 I would never hesitate to leave this world

If my child is in danger or slips out of fold

“Mother would go to any extent” I was told

As certain things are totally free and not sold

 

I am totally aware that child needs total care

Some of the mother hide it and don’t dare

But what a joy on earth to feel while feeding

Pain mattered less at the time of delivery while bleeding

 

Each one of us may be dreaming about nice creature

As lots of expectations and dreams for making sure

What a child may bring in for our future life?

How do I feel about it as mother and wife!

 

My blood is directly flowing in his vanes

Lot many unsaid things are reflected as tales

But whole of world seems so tiny or small

When I hear baby’s cry or simple call

 

Let all babies get simple care from mother

All happiness with so much dedication and care

It is said child remembers mother when best fed

So later on holds hand of mother and leads

 

Whole world seems to me a tiny object

If I am to choose I will certainly reject

What a beautiful smile when I start feeding

All so more important satisfaction by her needing

 

I look at that curly hair

Everything looks so fair

How can I think of going somewhere?

When heaven and happiness is all here

 

I would love to sink when time comes

I won’t bother whether child later on welcomes or not

At present I see best part on feeding

It is the best present after my wedding

 

Many mothers may think it as absurd

But it is mother’s love with caring word

Sincere prayer along with it for her well being

My gesture will be after all less of doing

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