Md Azharuddin Khan

My First Day Of Life... - Poem by Md Azharuddin Khan

My mother’s pain rewarded with my cry,
All the agony passed by with my Smile.

Ever I wondered the reason for my plight,
Little eyes fountain tears at their sight.

Father was happy to see me smiling,
Kissed my head to convey his blessing.

I cuddled to the side,
To catch more sleep.

Relatives’ ensemble,
To get my glimpse,
Some says I resemble more of Mom,
Others felt that they were wrong.

How does that matter a child so innocent,
Little I wondered about their inclination.

My life was clean like a slate,
Too early to judge my fate.

Body was pink,
Legs were thin,
Arms weren't strong,
Tender and slender,
Fragile and Soft,
Strong and gentle emotions around.

Careless and blissful,
Amazing and Gone..

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 4, 2010

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