pushpasaurabha sugandha

Please Answer - Poem by pushpasaurabha sugandha

Please Answer

How is the place there at heaven?
Must be cordial, happy and enliven
Did your parents welcome you with open hands?
As the place is new to you in that unknown land

How does our home on earth look from above?
Tell God to shower on us his blessings and love
Report to me on food, rest and sleep
To ensure these, I wish I could somehow peep

If and when you meet my Dad, tell that I love him
Wish I could speak to you all, using a special sim
Thanks for your regular visits at night in my dream
That you are far away and at a distance, it does not seem

I hide behind a mask and shed no tears in the daylight
The tears swell up and roll down uncontrolled in the night
I miss your support which was more than fifty percent
For you from above is this transparent or translucent

Friends and relatives do speak of you - high
While I acknowledge, I now can only - sigh
Don’t you know that we need each other?
Ask God why he cut short our time to be together

The rules provide for a share from your pension
I know this will reduce to some extent your tension
Thank you for giving me this money
I will spend it for a good cause my dear honey.

Tell God to reserve beside you a place
When I come and occupy, it will give me solace
I do not know when I will get God’s call
Until then I will attend to my duties on this earth’s hall.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 11, 2010

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