Hunger From Parents Love - Poem by Judith Kempis
I cried in the middle of the night
Searching for parents beside my bed
Wanting their hugs and kiss in forehead
Seemed nobody found, went back to bed instead.
But deep inside my heart was a little doubt
Asking myself, why do parents are always out?
Beared it in thoughts and try to find out
I am hungry for parents care and love.
Toys, money, gifts and all material thing
Is not I am looking, not really satisfying
All I want is parents love that gives meaning
And complete my whole being.
I dont need those glittering gold
All I want is to be bold
With parents hands and to uphold
To be good in heart and soul.
As I see parents with kids once i went to playground
Playing with them and running around
Jealous came and my heart were pound
Wishing the presence of parents will sorround.
I am thirsty, wants to drink the moral support, guidance
but parents never give even a dropp of it.
Just took from others and peers but the water is not safe.
I am hungry, wants to swallow the protection, cares, and attention
but parents never feed these into my soul.
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