Dr.Balnarayana Bandam

Gold Star - 7,382 Points (10th August 1946 / Uppununthala/Achampet/tq/india)

Abortion - Poem by Dr.Balnarayana Bandam

Mum as I was about telling after birth that
There was a farewell to some atman’s
Few months ago, God has showed to each
The portraits of mothers choosing to join,
There were photos of some others to
Yours innocent face austerity angelic aspect
And is so elegance and attractive lead me
To decide to hide in your womb and to raise
As your child, yours was the first photo of mine
And more alike to my thoughts and views
An angel took me to yours home and departed
Showing your stomach as my goal to note and hide
Time passing and me counting the seconds, minutes
Days and months to come out and play in your alms
At times when you were happy enjoyed circles
While you were in trouble and tension, I stayed static
What other to believe except you and yours acts?
When you were deep sleep, I used to speak with your heart
In content, it used to pump more blood and food for me
I knew all about you, acts, daily duties, functions, visitors
The class and evil around you, men of noble and evil
For the evil, I recorded in my heart and mind
I only dare to meet about only when I find out
While sending out God instructed me to take care
At the life of your old age and not to burden anytime
I retained his advice and to succeed in the future without doubt
But the part you visited for check up the person identified me
During your conversation, I was sure you will not act similarly
But until I am forced to come out, I believed you
My leg are cut belly opened, skull being broken
Though I thought to see your face, shock disordered me
Instead your child to find out I once again became atman
God gave me blessings to become a model officer
To assist you and daddy, but it is misfortune
I am leaving again to god, where he sends me back again
This time I will not like the mother with portrait
But will give him option to drive where ever he wishes


Poet's Notes about The Poem

this is a expectation of the feeling of the baby as several female children are thrown on the road side with out courtesy

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 1, 2013

Poem Edited: Friday, November 1, 2013


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