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Lord You Come Soon

Rating: 4.9

Oh my dear child Lord,
You come soon to eat,
I have freshly prepared curd,
And I have kept butter in clay pot,
I have kept cow's milk for you,
If you will not come,
Then who will drink milk?
Who will eat butter?

Your aunt, Budhashaya is calling,
You come into her lap, oh dear,
Giving proof that you are her nephew,
You give proof of her motherhood,
You know that,
she has not taken food yet,
Unless she will not meet you,
She cannot drink water or eat bread,
Oh dear Child Lord, I am your aunt,
I am calling, you come dear soon!

© Budhashaya Behera,02 February,2020. All rights reserved.

Lord You Come Soon
Sunday, February 2, 2020
My Child Poems: 419 / 500
Topic(s) of this poem: auntie,life,mother and child ,prayer,spiritual
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COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Rajnish Manga 03 February 2020

A poem full of motherly affection for her child. The child God's frolics tease his aunt but this is part of his well-known Lila which makes him all the more adorable. Thanks.

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Kumarmani Mahakul 03 February 2020

Motherly affection and caring is highlighted in this lovely poem of devotion. God always encourages motherhood. Dear God will definitely come near. This is an interesting sharing.10

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Flower Prince 03 February 2020

Wow! Wow! Wow! Lord is very kind and Lord will definitely hear your call! Lord will protect you from all dangers. Motherhood is expressed well and your photo is very nice! Wow! Wow! ....full vote!

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Mahtab Bangalee 05 February 2020

Lord will come very soon to have all honest oblations///

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Luo Zhihai 09 January 2021

Your aunt, Budhashaya is calling, You come into her lap, oh dear, Her lap is warm/

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Dr Antony Theodore 01 November 2020

I have freshly prepared curd, And I have kept butter in clay pot, I have kept cow's milk for you, If you will not come, Then who will drink milk? Who will eat butter? Your Krishna consciousness give us a lot. i am entering into a new version of piety through your poems. i love all that is spiritual. thank you for your poems. tony

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Akham Nilabirdhwaja Singh 11 February 2020

How lovely the Lord as a child! Wonderful write!

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Geeta Radhakrishna Menon 10 February 2020

What a loving and caring poem, dear, dear Poetess! I love the way you beckon little Krishna to come and eat the butter and curd specially prepared by you. And a very sweet aunt you are to Krishna. How can Krishna not come into your arms when you call Him with so much of Bhakti? Loved it......10

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Savita Tyagi 06 February 2020

Lovely poem experssing the love of a mother waiting for her child to come and eat. Be that child be Krishna or her own. children are God's best form.

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