Savita Tyagi


A Cherub Descends


Lovely day for a Cherub to descend!
Muses get your Cithara out!
Roses bloom and Robin sings
Shaisha stands guard
Where lies the baby Kumar
Parvati shaped him
With turmeric and gold
Silvery dust of moon to adorn
Like a pink cotton candy
His is a beauty to behold
Unmatched in his velour
Pride and joy of his mother
Stands tall with his father
Oh! The waiting grand parents
Not to mention uncle and aunts
So anxious to dole out
A hug and a kiss to blow out
Waiting! waiting! waiting!
An angel is descending

Well! Well! Well!
The bundle of joy is here
May God bless him
With all the love and care

With hugs and kisses
Happy Grandma

Submitted: Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 25, 2013

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  • Yash Shinde (5/1/2014 12:03:00 PM)

    A cute and happy poem..
    I loved the way how it has an essence of Hindu mythology as well...........
    Isn't it great to nurture a child, you know better dear..........
    My best wishes for your family! (Report) Reply

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