My Hubby - Poem by Sasikala Kamandula
Like a banyan goes deep
Into the hell hole of the earth,
Stands strong determined devoted
Against the blows and jabs;
Spreads his hefty shoulders for his ones
To rest on and swing
And shades them cool and lulls.
Like an ocean selfless,
Gives abundant love and service
And takes in the sorrows and blames;
Hides all his emotions deep in his heart.
Like the sky,
Shields his people safe and sound
With vast heart full of love.
Gives his family the name and fame
Serves them even after his departure
With his sweat in policies;
Takes with him nothing
But gives them life long sealed secure.
The Man, he is, the Hubby,
A real soul who cares,
Loves and lives in his ones;
Such an Angel, my dear,
Why did you give your ear
To filth and abandon Me, your soul partner,
Why so injustice to your lovelock,
The string of your wedlock?
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