Making A Child Poem by Marieta Maglas

Making A Child

Rating: 4.9

Making a child
For giving love a dual name.

For saving its own sense.

For completing our life with an overwhelming sense
Of happiness and lightness...

Let's make this child
By bringing him into existence,


With our kisses and light glancing touches,
Until we can feel him inside shivering,
In both of us.

Let's give him his own body,
This most common clay which belongs to us,
Let's give him the freedom to be born.

At that special moment

Of losing control
And fusion of souls,

When the happiness
Seems to be so much
The magical sensation
Of being in touch with God.

Pradyumna Jyotir 31 January 2010

what a beautiful way of expressing a desire to bring a child into this world....A chuld brought into this world with so much love is sure to blossom into a wonderful person.

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Tajma Hall 21 January 2010

I liked this poem. good work.

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Reshma Ramesh 19 January 2010

making a child with love.....good one

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Braja K Sarkar 13 January 2010

Making a child/ for giving love a dual name! ! ! It is really a Wonderful thought, truely poetic..I enjoy this poem, a beautiful creation...

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Akram Awadat 12 January 2010

wow good poem i like it

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Unnikrishnan E S 18 November 2016

Hi Marieta, Fine poem. Let's give him his own body, This most common clay which belongs to us, Let's give him the freedom to be born. Just reminded me of the famous song on Christmas by Bony M: When a Child is Born.....

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Ying Escalona 11 April 2010

making a child? oh yah.....i love i, nice piece Mayette...

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Nivedita Bagchi SPC UK 02 April 2010

‘…Of losing control /And fusion of souls, …’ ‘…The magical sensation…’ indeed and culminates in Proud Motherhoodness the Best Reality to view ourselves with relish …Amazing write…thanks… 10+ Ms. Nivedita UK

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Elena Sandu 10 March 2010

Here's one poem for my heart! ! the child who learn to love from womb-even before- the Love will spread around to more! thank you so much for write this beautiful poem! remembers me of an old saying: ''what is learned in the cradle is carried to the grave''

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Marieta Maglas 10 March 2010

From: David Simcox (Frankfort, KY United States; Male; 74) To: Marieta Maglas Date Time: 3/10/2010 10: 22: 00 AM (GMT -6: 00) Subject: Your poems Your works have a good deal of poetic energy. Of those I have read I favor 'Making A Child' for its profound simplicity, and 'Shadow of Life' for its bilingual lyricism. You are obviously a skilled linguist. My regards Egbert Simcox

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Marieta Maglas

Marieta Maglas

Radauti, Judet Suceava, Romania
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