'Mum' I Am Comming - Poem by Shahin Mallik
I don't see you a long time.
I don't call you 'Mum' a long time,
A long time I don't eat your foods.
I would like to see you,
I would like to touch you Mum.
A long time have tight me,
One day I shall tear my time,
and come back to you.
Have you keep my toys carefully?
You will not throw that by care fully please.
I shall come to you,
I shall give you a baby,
A cute small baby.
You will teach her something as like me.
Now it is month of chaitra.
All mango tree are covered by green mango.
You will never try to go down,
In the pond water,
You can fall down there.
Mum, have finished all mustered flower,
Have dried our small river?
In early morning-
Shefali flower don't fall down,
In your yard?
You never wait for me,
In the summer midnight.
May be very soon I am coming,
any winter night
or any winter early morning
by using some fog cloths.
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