Udaya Pant

Rookie (21st May 1956 / Bhawali, Nainital, India)

Mother’s Delight - Poem by Udaya Pant

Mother’s Delight

I saw her closely
Busy all around
Sitting amidst her twins
Responding to every sound!

The twin girls look alike
Both keeping her busy
Competing for attention
By rotations they strike!

She lent them each
A part of her limbs
They looked satisfied
She too with siblings!

Occasionally they fought
In spite of referee these
She managed well
Each one got the care

They would compete
Even to share her meal
She helped them both
And skipped her meal

It was their turn
They offered her to eat
Out of their meals
Now it was her treat

They went to sleep
On her each thigh
She gave them caresses
I watched mother’s delight!

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 7, 2009

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