Dr. Yogesh Sharma
My Father & Me - Poem by Dr. Yogesh Sharma
Father, when I look in the mirror,
I see you there,
I am at the same Age now,
When you departed for your heavenly abode.
I remember and cry for you in unvoiced pain,
See my agonizing eyes,
Gazing back to at me,
I feel your emotions and blessings with me.
Answering my own feelings just,
As you might have felt,
When you left your dear son Father,
I wish I could hug you.
I wish to feel your love of your bosom,
Your warm breath on my face,
To put the dust beneath your feet,
On my head, to get the highest bliss.
I still miss you at this age,
When all are with me,
Comfort me in your absence,
By your selflessness, your patience.
Blessed by father,
Needs no blessings,
Protected by father,
Needs no protection.
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