Take Your Bread With Love - Poem by Kumarmani Mahakul
My dear children! Eat your bread,
Drink the milk and listen dad instead.
Meet the hunger and quench the thirst,
Offer your food always God to first.
Don’t think evil when you eat,
Always speak truth and have feat.
Obey your mum and agree to eat,
What does she give is nectar you treat.
She is the embodiment of love and peace,
Respect her and honour her without cease.
Help her when does she need your help,
Dedicate yourself deeply like kelp.
Eat the bread when does she say,
Eat and drink in proper way.
Before eating you wash your hand,
Think to God, food, vanish bland.
Love your sister and your brother,
Be obedient to your respected father.
Share your bread among them,
Being active, bring family phlegm.
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Kelp-large brown seaweed
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