Shankaran Kutty

Gold Star - 5,327 Points (1st November / Alleppey)

An Apology - Poem by Shankaran Kutty

When the sun would rise this Sunday morn
Forty Six years to the day I was born
When I look back upon these forty six years
Filled with fun, laughter and tears
Each person who showed me life’s paths right
I see as a star, shining so bright
And the brightest star in the sky I see
It is you, for that is what you mean to me

I know there are times when I act most dumb
Probably when my brain freezes and goes numb
But the truth in my life, you really must know
Without you in life, have nowhere to go
You are my friend, sister, mother and guide
My greatest support, my greatest pride
And indeed, together, for generations to live
My silly acts won’t you forgive

There might be times when I have sounded so rude
Or hurt you bad with words so crude
Those caring words, spoken with love
I have failed to grasp, so let me now
The most sincere pardon I seek of thee
For you are the greatest gift, God has give me
So continue to berate and scold from your heart
This bro would be around, never to part

Topic(s) of this poem: apology

Comments about An Apology by Shankaran Kutty

  • (11/3/2015 12:02:00 AM)

    An ideal relationship between elder sister and brother expounded very beautifully. Flow of emotions narrating different aspects/instances is very lovable. Thanks for sharing.10++ (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 2, 2015

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