navami patil

First Word I Took Was You - Poem by navami patil

First word i took was you

I was a just a micron within you
With u until the pain separated us

U took me in your arms,
Hugged me and said safe.

My lips widen to your wink
Only cause our eye know the secret.

U knew when the tear dropped just
Your touch made all the change.

Sounds that i first made
Was one word made your world change

Steps that i first moved
That kept you captured and made u clap.

Jumps and hops and rounds that i made
No matter what you kept me going on and on.

fear was the time i had to leave your finger just prayed and prayed and never ended.

U kept heartbeats and eye in rhythm
Until u saw me running towards u and
One again

U knew every word i would mean..
And be there before the sound came.

U know my heart better then me
Word trust is what u define.

Though am at other part of world
Prayers of heart connect mine.

What a creation god made..
Sent himself available as 😘 and still..

Now all my heart wish is to
Be with you and only you cause
you and only you love me truly

I know words wounded your heart
But u never stopped loving..
cause i still see in your eye.

Unconditional love is what you give
No one can replace you


Topic(s) of this poem: mother and child

Form: Couplet

Poet's Notes about The Poem

this is a true feeling i felt when i was away from mom for a year and when i met her again i was so overwhelmed and understood i can never repay back what she has given me and no other person in life can do it for us

Comments about First Word I Took Was You by navami patil

  • Fabrizio Frosini (9/18/2015 9:47:00 AM)

    maybe you'd check your write for some typos/grammar.. but there's a great feeling expressed in your verse, Navami.. and I'm sure your mom is proud of you
    Welcome at PH!
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    Navami Patil (9/19/2015 8:40:00 AM)


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Poem Submitted: Friday, September 18, 2015

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