Satyam Kumar Tiwari


Love For Mother - Poem by Satyam Kumar Tiwari

Walking in the streets, I saw a boy
Stealing bread and butter
From a small bakery
Situated near the gutter

I caught his hand and
started to utter
For whom are you taking
this bread and butter
and also from an untidy shop
situated near the gutter


Eyes with tear
and with little fear
He replied- It was for
his mother dear

Who was starving
and had nothing to eat
Also, cant earn
due to swollen feet


I asked with little courage
why is your father not here
He replied with anger
might be somewhere drinking beer

He continued by saying that
She loved me more than other
No one can love me such
Not father, nor brother


Because of weeping
he couldn't say further
This cry was for whom
It was for his mother

Who loved him
More than other
and who was his
the very first lover

Topic(s) of this poem: mother and child


Poet's Notes about The Poem

The love of boy in return to his mother's love.

Comments about Love For Mother by Satyam Kumar Tiwari

  • (11/4/2015 2:25:00 PM)


    The love of a child for his mother - well described in a small story, Satyam.
    Hope to get more from you.
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 29, 2015



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