To my parents - poem
Beholding me in your lap
Feeding with your sweet fluid
Patting my head with love
You welcomed me to this wonderland;
You learned to sing those lullabies
You delighted me with sweet stories
You filled my life with lots of joys
Oh! my lovey-dovey parents!!
When I tried to stand on my legs
Your unseen active hands all around
Watched and waved to protect me out
Not to fall and get wounded;
You showed me the daffodils
Took me near the chirping birds
To let me listen and talk to them
And dance along-with the mild-blowing wind;
You taught me to read and write
With sweet voice and helping hands
Now that I’m grown up so big
Should I forget those past pretty days?
I’ll take care of your tender hands
Show you the way to lead your life
Not by sending to old-aged homes
But in my home of love and light!!
Do you like this poem for parents?
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