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A Mother Who Could Not Celebrate Mother’s Day

This Mother’s day let us wish a Happy Mother’s Day to those mother’s who despite being mothers cannot celebrate and enjoy motherhood. Many a times we have women in our lives, who silently play the role of our mothers. They may have not given birth to me but still they are as important as our mother. There are many women in our society, who unfortunately cannot bring up their own children and they end up bringing up some one else’s children as their own.

Let us wish a Big Happy Mother’s Day to all those mother’s

Who lost her child even before they could hold them in their arms,

Who lost her child, when they could barely walk,

Who lost her Child, who was hit by a drunken driver,

Who lost her Child because she was a daughter.

Happy Mother’s Day to those Mothers also,

Who still love their children even though they cannot see them,

Who still love their children even though they cannot hear them,

Who still adore their children even when she lost her hand saving her child,

Who still undertakes troublesome journey, even despite her legs hurting.

Happy Mother’s Day to those Mothers,

Who had to give her child for adoption because she was a single mother,

Who had to sell her child because she wanted to feed her other children.

Who had to disown her child because circumstances forced her,

Let us also wish a Happy Mothers Day to those Mothers ,

Who lost their only Child who was busy protecting his motherland,

Who cannot call her own child her own in front of the world.

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https://www.momspresso.com/parenting/balancing-life/article/a-mother-who-could-not-celebrate-mothers-day

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