Dr.V.K. Kanniappan

Freshman - 1,192 Points (17.10.1944 / Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India)

Well principled wife considers the husband as companion and God!


While all the benefits and facilities
available in the parent’s house,

But, happened to live with the husband
in hunger, physique getting thinner,

well principled wife considers
the husband as companion and God,

his little house as ‘Heaven’,
living in that house united and close
to him is close to God!

Submitted: Saturday, November 02, 2013

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Hi,
This poem 'Well principled wife considers the husband as companion and God! ' is a gist of one of the poems by Mayuram Vedhanayakam Pillai regarding 'Nature of husband and wife! '

துணைவனுடன் வாழ்வதே சொல்லொணாப் பேரின்பம்

முதல்வியிவ டுணைவனே தெய்வமென்றா ளவன்சிற்றில்
மோக்க மென்றாள்
அதிலவனோ டுறைதல்சா லோகசா மீபமென்றாள்
அவன்கை தீண்டி,
மதமொடுமே யடித்தல்சா ரூபசாயுச் சியமென்றாள்
மயற்பேய் கொண்டாள்
பதவியெலா மீன்றோர்பா லிருக்கநண்ப னொடுமெலிந்தாள்
பசிநோ யுற்றே.15

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