Indira Renganathan

A Flower To Auroville Mother-9 Poem by Indira Renganathan

Saamandi, Jevandi(Chrysanthemum)

Innocent those flowerheads innocently stray
Rooting variable in colourful search
'Our mother, father, who are they'
In fragrant spread they hurry much

Be it Samjna or Chaaya and the Sun
Their love and the Sunflower then
Be it the Sun and who knows who when
The Sun played well with to yield then..

Behold, those golden flowers Chrysanthemums
With senative hearts for the humans
Hued aplenty and all trendy little mums
Usable all worthy and serviceable florescence

Now the Sunflower is cordial very much
Addressing affectionate the stepsisters
All their common sunny semblance as such
Aren't they stepchildren of Sun's sports

Submitted: Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Edited: Wednesday, February 10, 2010

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