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Poem: The Unexpected Life

Updated on June 27, 2018
The idea just came out after seeing this photo... (though they  are not really mother and child)
The idea just came out after seeing this photo... (though they are not really mother and child)

You’re a fragile flower around those protective thorns.

Beaming in joy from the touch of the sun rays.

Forming drops of lovely crystals,

as the rain showers you in glee .

Vibrant energy is reflecting within you,

the positive thoughts everyone adores.

So much expectations around,

however your soul, still fresh and young,

needs to be nurtured and be cared upon.

The heart of the family as what they say.

But can anyone dictate your fate?

No one knows what’s on the gate.


You found a wrong love,

your adrenaline holds you in lust

not knowing the result of that clash...

Life shifted to another scene,

your love is going to nowhere.

Your family still in awe and shock

thinking they were hit by a truck.

The princess they should care upon,

now having a new life that just begun.

A sob of regrets float in the gloomy breeze.

You need to give up the comfortable sheets,

those sparkling days in freedom,

now were gone.


Then little by little, a new life started to form

Saying…

“I can sense the fear in your womb”

“Am I a curse in the cradle’s tomb?”


Several days had gone,

Thanks God!

You learned the lesson.

Living on and accepting the role.

Everyone started to embrace your fate .

Now ready to carry the weight.

Excited to see the unborn life

that once a burden to you.


Behind the emotions,

a sincere promise you murmur...

“My child, my child...I’m going to love you forever!”


The new life is now better.

It seems to understand...

"My mother, my mother...you’re stronger than I thought,

You let me live despite of everything,

now ready or not I will come out in a flash

without that fear that I might end up in a trash."


"My child, thank you for the happiness.

Life is not bad after all

I will always love you

Forgive me for being not perfect.

I will keep my promise...

I will still love you until my last breath and beyond.

Welcome to the world!"


"My young mother,

there you are waiting.

I could feel the warmth of your chest,

making my loud cry turn to giggle.

May the loving soul in me resides

‘til I grow up and found my real life.

Thank you for the unconditional love."

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    • pinkhawk profile imageAUTHOR

      pinkhawk 

      6 years ago from Pearl of the Orient

      @Kamalesh050, I want to thank you for this very kind comment, I'm very much happy that you had enjoyed reading this.

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      Kamalesh050 

      6 years ago from Sahaganj, Dist. Hooghly, West Bengal, India

      Absolutely Wonderful, Excellent, Superb ! I have very much enjoyed reading this poem which is so easy to read, very sweet, has a beautiful flow all the way and has depth. I must read your other hubs, you can expect my comments from now and then. Keep up your good work my friend.

      Take care.Best Wishes, Kamalesh

      Voted Up & AWESOME

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