Her hands were tender to touch
Her heart was love in a launch
Her eyes, a setlite of optmism
Her fury, reflection of parenthood
With a genuine wish you well smile.
I remember that woman
Whose tenderness i fed on
That lifeless creature
Whose kindness i exhausted
Whose patience i outlived
Whose loyalty i overburdened
And her hard earned pea nuts i ate mercilessly
But her spirits for my growth never worn out.
I remember that woman
To whom my happiness mattered
My success was her pride
My faults were her misdeeds
Her legacy still lives on
In the crops of those our mothers
Who are proud of their vocation
We shall remember you women..