Dear Nani

The care of a mother
and understanding of a friend
the one who overlooks my flaws and calls them perfection
the one who tells me stories no novels did
the one who held me tight when no one did
the one who taught me how to live for others
the one who protected me like nobody else did
the one who taught me how kitchen can be used to cook love and care
the one who blamed herself for all my mistakes
the one who made me believe in fairytales
the one who loved me more than she loved her daughter
the one who made me a lady
the one who was never partial
the one who accepted me the way I was and cherished it
the one who never made me feel small
the one who showed me how the biggest and strongest thing on earth was her heart
the one whose body had more compassion than blood or cells
the one who was soft as dandelion but in moments of need fierce as fire
the one who is a perfect epitome of balance and modesty
the one who never complained
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the one about whom even after writing pages and pages I will never get enough

The kind of things i tried finding in everyone but even god couldn’t match her kind of love

 

-Your Mini

“I love you” she said looking at the mirror

They told me love was how a father loved his daughter
How a mother loved her son
How Jack loved Rose

I wonder why nobody told me how my soul loved my body
How my eyes shed tears when my soul was hurt
How my lips smiled when my soul was happy
How my eyes glittered when my soul shone

I wish I was taught my type of self love stories

                                      -Self love is also romance