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Gangadharan nair Pulingat..


Home, a beautiful small home
Where comfort, mental peace gets
Home sweet home, which is so nice
To imagine, to enjoy, to live with.

Home, a small home missing to many
A roof over the head their life dream
To make their food, their own kitchen
But fortune misses the most, the poor.

In Major urban cities, housing a problem
The poor lives in shabby slums
But their services are vital for convenience
Their precious labor makes the infrastructure

Not for their own comforts they live
But the larger extent of urban amenities
Their plight is to be seen in that vision
They deserves justice and proper housing.

The world is so wide and beautiful
The opportunities are varied and large
It is the ability to make results
A good effort will fulfill the dream
Home, a beautiful home for safe living.

After a day's hard work and return
A human being likes a rest in comfort
A homely food, and lovable family
The right of every individual we must admit.
Home, a comfortable home they deserve.

Submitted: Saturday, July 19, 2014

Topic of this poem: friendship

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Home a good home every human being's aspiration.

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