Treasure Island

Bhavani Polimetla


I Love You


Dear little angle
You are God’s gift
You born out of love

I went to far distances
To bring you the best cereals
I bought the best fruits
To give you better taste

I did my level best
To put you in good school
I took you to piano teacher
To give you music spirit

We went to Hackensack River
To see the cute ducklings
We went to Johnson’s park
To enjoy the little slides

On every Sunday we went to church
To pray for better living
Jesus always helped us
In our troubled times

When you slept next to me
I breathed slowly
To give you sound sleep

I worked day and night
To give you the better life
We went to library
To read the story books

When I am old
I want to be in old age home.
I don’t want to
Burden your life

When you grow up
You know your life
When you grow up
You know your path
Don’t worry that
You miss your parents

Go with the time
Walk with the life
Find a partner
Have a kid
Start this poem once again

-o-

Submitted: Sunday, September 13, 2009

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