chandra thiagarajan


A Bloom of Poesy to dear Kamakshi


Respected, dear Madam KAMAKSHI,
This day as you voluntarily retire
From our esteemed Coach Factory,
As an officer from a coveted tier,

This ever-fresh bloom of poesy,
With heart-felt love is strung,
And is proffered very truly,
With ardent prayers sung.

A kind and affable sister,
To her colleagues here;
Her unflinching help she'd administer,
To wipe out many a tear!

With her intelligence wound,
She has crossed many a cadre;
To her duty ever bound,
She has climbed the ladder.

But from her career, bright
She has chosen to take wings;
To enjoy the wonderful twilight,
Which Life's evening brings.

Remember we will, till rest,
Is the assurance clear;
Forget-us-not is the request,
From your colleagues dear.

With fond love flowing,
From two sons—so proud;
The couple would be glowing,
With their children, beloved.

Muses' blessings to you,
To sing with a sweet voice;
Has be-got a daughter-in-law too—
A darling of a choice.

May the grand-child pin
Together your affections—all
And may you and your kin
With God's Blessings enthrall.

Submitted: Sunday, October 21, 2012
Edited: Monday, October 22, 2012

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Mrs.KAMAKSHI, a dear friend of mine and a colleague in I C F(Integral Coach Factory) Chennai, Indian Railways, was an Accounts Officer and chose to voluntarily retire.On the eve of her retirement this Bloom of Poesy was presented to her by me on behalf of all Staff.

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