Firdaus Ahmed

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I Am Waiting For You My Daughter - Poem by Firdaus Ahmed

The very first time, when I hold my daughter in my hand
Looking at her silently, smiling and feeling glad
I whispered in her ears and her lips gently murmured
Don’t know what please the soul, but I am feeling honored

I want to shout and happiness can be seen in my eyes
The deepest feeling always shows itself in silent eyes
I kissed her forehead, hold her fingers and can feel her smile
I wish can’t she grow faster to walk with me for a while

Every night when my daughter sleeps besides her mother
I always wake up to listen and a silent sea moves in my ear
I touched her forehead and she is peacefully breathing
I can feel that all the problems in my life are fading

I’ll silence her cries and will always hold her in my arm
With a promise to keep her safe and sound from all harm
I’ll dress her, feed her and will always keep her near
Will give her a tight hug, best gift a daughter can have ever

Sweetoo, I wish I could say thanks to you, I’m so blessed
For the most precious gift of my life, feeling little obsessed
I know, I can not repay even a part of this great honor
For me it’s the greatest asset, one can have. I swear!

I am Thankful to Almighty for what I have, from my heart
All my prayers answered and there’s nothing he keeps apart

Strange to me but these are the dreams, I meet
The joy in my heart, one cannot imagine, Pure and sweet
I promise I’ll wait for my angel, until she comes in my arm
I’ll love her throughout my life, with all the happiness and charm


Waiting for you
Firdaus Ahmed

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  • Malini Kadir (4/9/2008 12:12:00 AM)


    This is great poem here.....right from the very bottom of the heart.....it will be a joy to read this work of yours (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 31, 2008

Poem Edited: Wednesday, May 7, 2008


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