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To My Mother
by Prof. Dr. Nar Deo Sharma
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Hardly can I live for others
Like you my dear mother.
There has been increase
In me the height of pride
My morals are frosted.

The humane vibes you designed
Often I ignored:
By giving a few morsels
Of your care daily to
Cows, dogs, birds, ants
You grew in the ambience of love;
Observing fast you empathized with
Sufferings of the poor.
Neither can I spare time for
Serving you a few grains of 
Affections in your infirm needs
Nor cows, dogs, birds visit 
Our home since you have
Lost sight, might, right.
With blessings you repay my apathy.

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December 16, 2020
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