Rimni chakravarty


Dear Daddy


Dear Daddy, How Are You?
I am fine and hope this latter reaches in deep blue
As for more than nine years have shifted your residence
We are separated from our physical presence.

Mom misses you a lot
Yes those moments when you two fought
Always you two had issues to prove I thought
I never realized that you both were in deep love
And now in your absence life has been tough
While in your presence life sailed smooth and rough
but it passed with a motion
Although there was a lot of commotion.

Daddy we miss you
It is very true
And many a times i remember your advice
To make my little me wise

Daddy you will always be with me
As long this world i see
Coz you are the wind that set me sail
You are the fire that urges me to battle without any fail
You are the cloud that cover me from the scorching heat
You are the earth that help me to stand on my feet
You are the breeze that blows gently on my face
so that I smile while i run the race.

Submitted: Monday, October 20, 2014
Edited: Monday, October 20, 2014

Topic of this poem: missing you


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The story is of missing daddy, the hero of my life.

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