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Jun 2018
This life hardened me well,
deep to the core.
It killed my senses,
but the passing of mother knocked me bad,
took away my vices,
and left me defenseless.
As if brought to infancy again,
i began longing for that warmth
and care,
so familiar and dear.
I searched to hear the voice,
that blessed me every day,
for what i was and wasn't,
for the trembling glance,
that loved me without doubt,
with no bias and no tout.
I felt, i was unyielding.
I thought, i was strong,
but the passing of mother left me stricken,
Β Β Β Β alone,
in the wilderness of this world,
among the cold faces of gloomy neighborhoods,
where no light of her kindness can find me.
Will i learn a lesson.
Will i find the truth,
though no flush of joy can heal these wounds.
for the mothers, passed away,c
let there be joy in eternal kingdom.
and God save those, who are with us...
Farook Suyarov
Written by
Farook Suyarov  27/M/Fergana
   Feruza, Alice Lovey, Fawn and CnΓ©
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