The loss of a mother and a condolence meeting that followed it and some sentiments expressed about it all.
Acceptance of the divine will at the demise of a parent doesn't wipe away the tears but helps in moving forward.
In a love filled cocoon. The family that’s a boon. All besides her time and again. Ulveena smiles looking at them. She watched over them always. She’ll watch over them always. Life is but a breathing space. Today’s being leaves no trace. The liberty that she seeks alone. How we wish she has a clone. I hug you from a distance of miles. Dear Ulveena you gave us smiles . Wishing you a smooth move. The heart shall cry till we meet.
A tribute to my dear friend! Ulveena the daughter of Khaleda the strong And a fighter till her very extreme end A loser never, a level headed woman Breathed her last on 28/02/18 Leaving behind her precious gems Ra’ana, Ra’afa and Re’em.
Losing a parent is never an easy scenario. The very parent whom one takes for granted at most times leaves behind a gaping vacuum in one's heart . Acceptance! yes of course! one does accept the death of a parent and moves on in life having no other option. Grief! yes that too. Grief plays … Continue reading MEMORIES: A Father’s exit
You may be gone but not forgotten You may be dead but memory strengthen Each day through me you live herein You are missed despite being within I long for your sweet voice to my ears I long for those Friday morning calls That you made each week after week I yearn for you … Continue reading YOU ARE MISSED
The money minded health services spare no compassion and put to shame the very profession that should be the pride of any health facility.
Having lost dear ones in rapid frequency the mind wonders about those who passed on to the other end.
Death is inevitable but does it have to mean suffering. Affected by the unhygienic conditions prevalent in on of the bigger hospitals in India I have penned these sentiments. Losing a mother is punishment enough for anyone but for me it was a torture to see my mother being handled by unethical morals of the nursing staff and doctors. Sikiladi
Not much is spoken about fathers though they play a crucial role in ones life. This poem is a tribute to a father missed by his child when death did them apart.