Heavenly Touch

Heavenly Touch short poem

I see an angel in every home.

The care she took with her swollen belly,

and the pain she endured when we came out.

The nectar she gave and the warmth of her body,

the rhythm of her heartbeat gave us the dreams.

She gave her hand when we were to slip,

and taught us many things so that we never fall.

We reached the heights of success with her wings on our sides.

A blend of love and care, in our happiness her’s resides.

I see an angel in every home,

I feel that way and it is our mom.

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Mohammad Nibras

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Founder of You Can Lead, a grass roots level leadership initiative empowering youth to discover their true potential, irrespective of birth or living conditions. You Can Lead’s projects include Leaders Of Tomorrow, Project Bright, in collaboration with educational institutes to empower youth to leadership. He is a Global Shaper from the Bangalore Hub recognized by The World Economic Forum.
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Arti Honrao
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Wonderful dedication to Mom. Loved it

Keep writing
GBU
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