Rishi Thakkar

The Observations Of A New Born - Poem by Rishi Thakkar

Round brown eyes, Bubbly bright cheeks,
Finally out o womb after spending almost 40 weeks..
Brightness reflects sunshine on my face,
I've been praying and waiting for this moment for days..
I see women dressed in white they call her nurse for me she cares,
And this man with white coat and black trousers everyone stands up and grovels..
My lips are tender, my skin is soft, my bones are many on my body hardly any spots..
They keep me beside an angel, who suffered so much pain,
It's because o her sacrifices I've a life to gain..
She looks at me with infinite love, she holds me as tender as feather of a Dove..
Her lips are full of joy, they make me happy and smile.
Then comes a man with so much love for mom
He asks her well being, cuddles her forehead kisses her cheeks
He has been awaiting my coming his eyes reflect his wait for weeks..
He softly picks me up and looks at me with proud elan and grace..
Gentle and tender a little tear in his eyes reflects the importance for him my birthday..
And then I notice hundreds of people who have so many different types of face
They make pouts and wow so cute they shout! !
Some these days click selfie with me before even I say mumma they ask me say cheese..
I'm thankful to god for blessing me today
A silent promise in life to make a difference to find my way..
To all humans as a child I only have this one line god taught me to say..
Eat healthy have a sound sleep and always selflessly pray..

Topic(s) of this poem: baby, innocence

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 28, 2015

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