Indira Renganathan


Domestic Shades-13


Wishing my daughter

Darling
Alike the dawn of Aurora
Austrialis, borealis be it any
From the empyrean womb
Pink and orange and calm and composed
To illume the sphere
Daughters few
So you are

Darling
Alike the meridian Sun
Fair and dazzling
Energy vitalized
Prosperous, successful, splendid
Exemplarily specified
Daughters few
So you are

Darling
Alike the sunshine
Gone to light the other east
Caring and concerned
Promising venturing steepled
Boosted with propitious cycling victory
Daughters few
So you are

Darling
Alike Mother Earth
With intranssient patience
Traversing orbed of obstacles
Tolerant of turmoils
Bound leashed by chores alone
Daughters few
So you are

Darling
Miss.Grandeur my grand-daughter
Harmoniously with sparkling winkle
Droning when with her infantile terseness
'Mom is a star', 'you too some day'
I agree with her and I say
May godly blessings be conferred on you..Mom

Submitted: Monday, November 24, 2008

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  • Rookie - 183 Points Palas Kumar Ray (11/26/2008 5:49:00 AM)

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    Beautiful shade indeed.Only a mother can write such words from deep very deep affection or need be a grand mother to write such absolute comparisons.
    ____________________________________________________________Lovely_
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