Mother’s Day is over and so are all the lovey dovey messages for her and not to mention the list of surprises and special treatments. But you got to remember that her duty isn’t just for a few days, months or years. It’s a lifetime duty she had vowed to carry since the day she felt you within herself.
She was old and grey, her skin all wrinkled and she walked with a speed that of a turtle. Her eyes were heavy with dark circles below them like as if someone had dug up two holes on her face. Her lips were dry with the silence of her pain and agony. A silence, which... Continue Reading →