Gangadharan nair Pulingat..

Importance Of Mother Tongue, And Where To Start. - Poem by Gangadharan nair Pulingat..

Reading, writing, speaking, and communicating
The great powers that we accomplished
Humans those who loved the real knowledge
Through the mother tongues ever he loved
Mother tongues first we tried to learn
Mother tongue through first we called the mother
The father, and near and dear ones
The acquiring talents in the best spirits
The walking, standing, jumping, falling
All acts of childhood including playing
There we see the efforts and studies of language
The first language that is mother tongue
I remember the days of first learning
Where it was considered an auspicious day
There were raw rice in a golden colored plate
And a sacred lamp lit in the space
Then came the teacher and father, mother
The first hymn in mother tongue they taught
To write in the raw rice helping my finger
Remembering the smiling faces of my teacher
The proud faces of mother, father, and uncle
I missed to know the exact importance that pass
The following life where I taught my language
To speak, write, communicate, and convey messages
Language, the great mother tongue in heights
But today's world it misses in homes
The importance of mother tongue they forgets
Only one language through which one starts
The journey of life, that is important
Make ourselves proficient and make children also
To study the mother tongue as the basic learning
And then try to acquire as many languages
Where the ocean of knowledge power awaits
And a world of real knowledge is wide spread
In every language there is the beauty of humans.

Topic(s) of this poem: language

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Mother tongue it is important.....

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, March 26, 2015

Poem Edited: Thursday, March 26, 2015

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