Class 12 Class 12 English Flamingo Notes

My Mother at Sixty-Six Summary Class 12 English

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My Mother at Sixty Six Summary In English

My Mother at Sixty Six

My Mother at Sixty Six

The poet was driving from her parent’s home to the Cochin airport last Friday morning. Her mother was sitting beside her. She was sixty six years old. The old lady was dozing. Her mouth remained open. Her face looked pale and faded. It was grey like ash. It looked lifeless like a corpse (dead body).

The lifeless and faded face of her mother pained her heart. The old lady seemed to be lost in her own thoughts. The poet turned away her attention from her mother and looked outside. The world outside was full of life and activity. The young trees seemed running fast. The children looked happy while moving out of their homes.

When they were at the airport, they had to undergo a security check. The poet was standing a few yards away from her mother. She looked again at her old mother. She felt pained to look at the colourless, lifeless and pale face of her mother. Her face looked faded like the late winter’s moon which had lost its shine and strength. This aroused the old familiar ache in the poet’s heart. Her childhood fear overpowered her again. However, she controlled herself. She appeared to be normal. She scattered smiles on her face while saying good bye to her mother. She wished to see her old Amma again.

Class 12 English Flamingo Summary

Chapter 1 The Last Lesson Summary

Chapter 2 Lost Spring Summary

Chapter 3 Deep Water Summary

Chapter 4 The Rattrap Summary

Chapter 5 Indigo Summary

Chapter 6 Poets and Pancakes Summary

Chapter 7 The Interview Summary

Chapter 8 Going Places Summary

Chapter 9 My Mother at Sixty-six Summary

Chapter 10 An Elementary School Classroom in a Slum Summary

Chapter 11 Keeping Quiet Summary

Chapter 12 A Thing of Beauty Summary

Chapter 13 A Roadside Stand Summary

Chapter 14 Aunt Jennifer’s Tigers Summary

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