L’amour

There she lay, her slender body

Tenderness within.

A smile that spoke of paradise,

Eyes that radiated affection-

A God’s face in disguise

Now just sat on her feeble body

Clutched in pain.

With every groan, a couple of tears

And every drop, my nose did twitch

Cold, she considered. Beads they were.

As I sat there stroking her agonizing head

My ailing mother, woke up from her stupor

And said “You look so unwell, my child.”

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