Naui beloved eomeoni, my beloved mother, meri pyari aama, I cannot begin to narrate her aura, her charisma, and the boundless affection she pours into me. Every morning she wakes me up caressing my hair with a soft peck on my forehead. With the brightest smile, she greets me “Good morning”.
No, I don’t believe in superheroes not until I began to realize every little effort she puts in just to make me smile. Like every other superhero, naui eomoni combats her dilemma so elegantly that I almost couldn’t recognize the tears behind her beautiful smile. Of course, she puts me in her priority before herself. I wouldn’t be lying if I say my mother is the strongest woman I know. Raising two daughters all by herself must be arduous but she makes it look so lenient. Unlike other households, my mother is the chief of my family. She diligently switches her role between a housewife and a working woman. After a long day, she patiently listens to all my annoyance without complaining about hers. Softly she whispers all the wise words gently patting my head. With her warm embrace, I get mesmerized in the moments.
When I stroll down an unknown street, I don’t have a clue and I’m apprehensive, full of uncertainties, I think of you. At the point when life closes me down and it’s extremely unlikely to win when I just wanna cry, I think of you my dear eomoni. When you call my name, I can see the gleaming light leading a door to home like the stars in the night. My heart and I are always by your side. And this affection is solely for you, with you from you, naui beloved eomoni.
After a long walk, when you’re tired and all alone, I want to be your resting chair. You can lean all your concerns on my shoulder. When the warm spring blooms, I’ll hold your hands as we walk along. All the talks we had, reminiscences that you and I cherish, I haven’t lost them, I amass them all. The time of yours I see with a grin and bursts, little scars on fragile hearts, carved into one, here I linger with a fierce heart and I will say you’re adorable and I can’t plead for more.