Poetry from Zilola Khamrokulova

I love you

confess i love you today
I hid this love for years.
I hid from my father, I hid from you
I hid from the world, even from myself.
I buried it deep in my heart,
But I remember you every day…
My mind recognized love this day,
At that time I ran to you,
My eyes are full of tears, my heart is full of toys,
My hands are shaking with excitement,
Sometimes red cheeks from embarrassment,
My lips whisper your name.
Mother, mother, there are thousands, mother,
I just can’t put this word out of my mouth,
I’ll give it to you if you need it, dear,
I always think about you.
Mother, my heaven, my priceless state,
I love you more than anything,
Knowing that my heart is pounding
Sorry, I realized this feeling later.
Having struggled for nine months,
At that time you suffered a thousand pains,
Now the most suitable girl for you,
I walk around in the gardens of paradise.
I will scatter flowers on your path,
Kneel down at your feet, kiss your feet,
Carrying me to Mecca in my head
Drink zam-zam water from your hands.
Mother, mother, there are thousands of mothers,
I just can’t put this word out of my mouth,
I’ll give it to you if you need it, dear,
I always think about you.


Hamrokulova Zilola was born 2006.06.26 in the village of Kyzilcha, Nurota district, Navoi region. She studied at the 22nd general secondary school there for 9 years, and now she is a 1st-year student of the NDKTU academic lyceum in the direction of “Foreign Languages”. Zilola’s poem expressing her love for her mother.

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