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Mother is the true Goddess, who stands along with us in every situation. No any other creature in this world can take her place. Surely a day dedicated to Mother is not enough to elaborate her importance. The case is different in India, where the warmth of Mother's love is always there for us. Here is a heart touching poem by Jyoti Bhardwaj. Please do not forget to rate the poem and share your views on the poem. You can share it with your friends and family in social media.

Because you are a SOLDIER first, Mother

Mother’s Day Special 

You don’t wear makeup, But camouflage,
You walk daily in rough and tough but don’t have rage.

You don’t wear high heels, But boots
Still, you are connected to your roots.

You don’t wear that silk Saree,
But I love you the most in that Dangri.

You don’t have a huge collection of jewellery,
But you look gorgeous with that rusted artillery.

Once I dreamt of you wearing Tiara which glitters,
But that too was dull in front of your head gears.
I missed you when you left me when I was two,
But I know there are kids who need a mother like you.

I missed you when you were not with me on my first day of school,
But I know you were crying inside and pretended to be cool.

I am lucky that God blessed me with a combo of angel-mother,
But I am proud of you to call you Armoured Mother.

You are one of the best creations of God.
You can kill, create, nurture, destroy,
You are not like others,
Because you are a SOLDIER first, mother.

Dad too missing you,
Waiting to see you,
Tiny didn’t cry,
But how can I lie,
I missed your lullabies,
Hiding your car keys,

Don’t worry about as I have grown stronger,
Because you are a SOLDIER first, Mother.

© Jyoti Bhardwaj

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Sudhanshu Tripathi

Sudhanshu Tripathi

Added Because you are a SOLDIER first, Mother - Mother’s Day Special on May 14, 2017
Sudhanshu Tripathi is an Assistant Meteorologist in Indian Meteorological Department. He has completed Masters in English Literature from Kanpur University.
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