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Gangadharan nair Pulingat..


I am seeing the child in the cradle
It is so happy and enjoying
Its beautiful smiles so pretty to observe
just like the roses in the garden
There are no teeth so far grown
so the smile is so pretty and best
When the cradle in a little move
The child inspires the mother with pride
It gives lot of happiness in the home
otherwise the life is dull and sad
I am so impressed in its play
The beauty, innocence it carries to the word
There are no barriers of colour, race or religion
In the world of children have innocence
The perfection of creation of nature
rests in the face of a baby
Its destiny is decided by the future
Its happiness dependent on the allmighty
Give it a lot of happiness and support
For the sake of happiness to the world
where there are disparities awaits the child
where there are cruelties from the world
still the child can expect a better world
By the wholehearted support of the humanity
By the effort of the people lives the present
By the sacrifice we shows for the future
Let there be a perfect and peaceful world order
where there are no wars and destructions
Let there be so much happiness
where there are no exploitations between the humans
where there are thinking minds for bright future
The children awaits love, safety and knowledge
I am seeing the child in the cradle
with all its innocence in its sleep
I am seeing the child in the hands of its mother
where there is perfection of protection of the child
I love the children of the whole universe
Beyond the barriers that made the world imperfect
I love the children of the tomorrow
where there will be a better world order
I expect a good world order
where all children are safe in the society
Let us awake for the cause of children
Let us give them a lot of hope and inspiration

Submitted: Thursday, April 17, 2014

Topic(s): love

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The poet sees the child and its innocence. he hopes that the children gets good opportunities and safety in the future by the effort of the people beyond the barriers of world order.

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  • Rookie - 29 Points Renu Kakkar (6/23/2014 4:47:00 AM)

    Very well written poem. Children are innocent, we have to provide them a good world (Report) Reply

  • Bronze Star - 5,345 Points * Sunprincess * (5/14/2014 7:32:00 AM)

    .........we all need to take care of our world for future generations....for the children of today and the children in millions of years from today....great write (Report) Reply

  • Veteran Poet - 4,553 Points Geetha Jayakumar (4/26/2014 12:50:00 PM)

    Very beautiful poem. Very beautiful way you have compared child to innocence. Child feels protective in hands of mother. Today we can just hope every child is protected, their innocence is well protected. (Report) Reply

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