A House Wife's Prayer Poem by Subbaraman N V

A House Wife's Prayer

Rating: 3.3

Oh! Divine Mother of all creations
Blessed am I a tool for procreation
Enjoying life as housewife with high education
Which I use to teach my children
Who shall be responsible citizens
And serve the society with all devotion!

Bless me serve my neighbor well
Whose wards look upto me to tell
All they need to stand with strength
And sharpen their mind and spirit in length
Grant me wisdom, love and patience
Make my sweet home abode of Providence!

Jessica Jemima 11 February 2008

Beautiful. Yet again you have created a unique flowing verse... this time with a definitive mood of happiness and hope... thankyou :)

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Kelly Davila 09 March 2008

This is really great... i luv the way u find hope and beauty in everthing being done... good job

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Andrew Blakemore 12 March 2008

Well structured verse with a great flow to it. Andrew

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Vidyadhar Durgekar 16 March 2008

She is the mother sister friend teacher and guide.........all in one

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Rema Prasanna 23 May 2008

Receptive work, does she get time to offer a prayer, loaded with mundane affairs, oh it is brilliant she feels for people around, prays for all, toils for all, bestow love and kindness, thank you for sharing this. A realistic great work

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Chinedu Dike 26 November 2014

FAITH KEEPS THOSE THAT KEEP THE FAITH - Mother Teresa. A lovely poem well penned to capture its essence and the poet's fate, hope, aspirations, and total submission to the WILL OF GOD. I like the articulation of the poem. Thanks for sharing. Please read my poem MANDELA - THE IMMORTAL ICON.

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Roseann Shawiak 08 November 2014

A very beautiful and realistic view of Motherhood, she is a teacher and has inner strength, sharpening minds and spirits at length. Really wonderful tribute to Mothers everywhere, you can tell this poem was written by a person with deeply held and felt convictions. Thank you for this gracious poem. RoseAnn

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Anil Kumar Panda 26 July 2011

beautiful write.flow and wordplay is so sweet.liked it.

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Nivedita Bagchi SPC UK 20 November 2010

An adage in West Bengal, ‘there can be bad kids but never bad Mom’ …indeed Mother is all time greatest …great tribute to Mothers’ emotive side to all … thanks for sharing Hon’ble Poet Subbaraman-ji Regards Ms. Nivedita UK 10/10

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Gita Ashok 08 June 2010

I can very clearly relate to this prayer! Very well written. The last lines are the best: Grant me wisdom, love and patience Make my sweet home abode of Providence!

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Subbaraman N V

Subbaraman N V

Karaikkudi - Tamilnadu- India
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