Sweet symphonies I heard from the womb, My Mom's elegance is the tomb, I was immensely happy in my world inside, Her sweet lullaby was a mellifluous tide. My cries were happy as she bore my pain, Her incessant happiness was seen in vain, Like rainbows in the clouds after rain, She cradled me to sleep in those days. He's my mother, and my father as well, In her my life sophisticatedly dwells, She is my universe and I'm her child, Her heartbeats connect with mine so mild. Auburn hair still wraps me safe, My tender fingers cup your face, Skin sparkles under the moonlight, Holding me close, smile so bright. Eyes shimmer with touch mild, Fireflies glowing left and right, Peppered kissed on pearly flesh, Flowers wake, alive and afresh. Lubb-dubb coos your little soul, Cuddles warm melt our core, Starry night with the cozy breeze, Camouflage me, your tiny seed. A shield so strong, a heart so bold, Spectrum so elegant as you stroll, Nemesis stands, aghast, dumbstruck, Mama, I'm sheltered, blessed my luck. Moon relishes a bond too pure, Buds blooming, virtues gold, Leaves swivel and petals dangle, Mom and me, affection inseparable. Feeding me even before she eats, Her adoration is forever my sweet peace, As I rest in the ease with my head on her shoulder, She mumbles me with stories I eagerly hear. My guard and my sword, my Mom is my world, In the land of dunes and even in rains that unfurl, She conquers the world for my life and safety, I'll be indebted always to her guidance hefty. God, let the world freeze so that I preach her love, So pure and serene is my mother above, I'll find her in stars when I'll miss her presence, Mumma, you're my charm and my luckiest present.