My Darling Child

Were you not born
Had you not looked at me
I would be a “No” person
Your little fingers
Your smooth hand
Your rolling eyes
Your funny smile
Take me to Heaven

And lo…my dear
Darling little child
You are my eveyrthing
And lo…I am lucky

You are mine and mine only
I would not trade you
I would not scold you
I will be kissing you…..

Were you not born
My life would be nothing
Nothing and Nothing….

You and me
Me and you
What a fine world…

We will get along
We will live long
With Pure Love in Heart

All Heaven, stars and Sky
Will be along with us
We will cherish with them
Our wonderful years…

You are my everything
Little darling child
God sent angel you are
We will get along fine….

How many long for a child
And I got you my Angel
Why no time adore you
Sure I will; I will…

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Well. I am interested in Carnatic Music. Used to be a vociforous reader in Tamil and English books and novels. Compose English Poems at times.
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Viswas Menon
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nice poem….the bond with a child is always heavenly…

Preeti
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The beauty of a parent towards their child is inexplicable in sheer words – but so tender and loving …

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