Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
Child Innocence. - Poem by Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
The innocent boy walked with a smile
Hoping to get a beautiful smile
And approval in praise of his trustworthiness
And he sits in class as a proud one
The valuable he handed over to the teacher
As a proof his truth and duty to community
The values he learnt from his teacher
In his mind he smiled himself
That money was taken from mother's purse
And clandestinely carried to school
To get an open clap and approval from students
After a while he felt sorry for himself
And in tears he told the fact
The teacher smiled, never it repeat
And not to be bothered I will not punish
And be truth follower in life
Only the genuine ways are accepted.
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