hannah baquiran


Home


Some people believe in 'home sweet home'
In home, you where with your family
In home, you can share with your family
what happen today
You can also share them your problems

But what if in your home...
you were scolded often by your family
even if its not your fault..
Do you still call it a 'home'?

And if you're going to tell them your problem..
instead of giving you some advice..,
They'll just scold or ignore you..
Do you still call it a 'home'?

What if in your home..
Your family are just there and yet
you can still feel awkwardness towards them
Is it still a 'home'?

Submitted: Friday, September 12, 2008

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Comments about this poem (Home by hannah baquiran )

  • Rookie - 0 Points Ashraful Musaddeq (9/15/2008 6:47:00 AM)

    A poem on home with uncommon taste. Nice job done. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Thomas Viruvelil (9/12/2008 11:40:00 PM)

    That is because they may not be showing their love to you
    And you need lot of display of love
    You can know their care and love when you really have a problem
    At this point you tend to look outside home for love
    which you need in plenty with lot of attention and care
    Some one may simply exploit your vulnerabilty (Report) Reply

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