sarojini pattayat

Rookie (01.01.1963 / Odisha, India)

Childhood Hero


He is handsome,
brilliant,
have deep faith in God
and himself also.
He regularly appears
in the dream,
tells the stories of his land and people;
describes his adventure one after another
takes me to the unknown land
to feel joy like a swan flying in the blue sky.
He never betray whom he discovers
in the agony of worldly matters;
He remains always,
in my world of fantasy,
though i have already crossed
the childhood days and now approaching
towards the horizon of life.
Sometime i think him a dream
sometime i feel he is real,
i am yet inside a riddle
never tried to solve.

Submitted: Friday, February 08, 2013
Edited: Saturday, February 09, 2013
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Hello, everybody.After thinking i found nobody as my childhood hero except one imaginary prince who was normally fighting with giants to rescue his beautiful princess.So... my poem is like this.

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