A Loan Can't Be Pay-Off - Poem by Jhadeswar Khanda
An old mother said his young son,
''Can you pay-off my mother-hood's loan,
I tolrated much sorrow & pain
When you born.
Looking her, the son laughed
Preshing slowly the cheek of his mother
And told with loving words,
''I shall take your good care.''
She said her son for testing,
''Can I sleep with you in your room to-night,
I so old to clean my room
My room is full of garbage & the mosquitoes bite.
He agreed his mother's proposal
& that night he slept with his mother,
She became thirsty at mid-night
She called out her son for drinking water.
He got-up & gave the water her
She drunk a little & poured on his son,
He bore first-time with laughing
After some times, she did that again.
Thus, she poured the water often
Son trembled with cold,
At-last, he so anger with her
Saying some nasty words her, he rebuked.
Hearing rough words, she laughed & spoke.......
''How much time you piss in my lab
In your childhood, can you count,
I pour some water on your body now
So why you sout.
Nobody in the world
He who will pay-off mother-hood's loan,
Oh! Dear, don't angry
I bless you my son.
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