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hasmukh amathalal

Gold Star - 18,582 Points (17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

Find little love


Child may find little love
In your eyes and simply believe
The affectionate words play magic
That may air constantly in ears as music

The child needs nothing but simple care
Few words of love and affection here and there
What does it provide to tiny mind?
Whole of universe and love of unique kind

Give little smile and good stare
They will come to you and dare
“Papa, will you get me that toy”?
Feel your self emotionally the word to enjoy

Not all the parents may be lucky
Not all the children may be blessed by almighty
Yet love flow has not died out
There is lot more to talk about

Love has been constant source of flow
Brother and sister side by side grow
Feel same intensity when it is shown
Love has simple form and it is known

The orphan kid has something to tell
Little kindness on our part makes him to feel well
The world has no time to halt for a minute
The humanity has not ceased but lips are mute

Just try to be kind to nature too
Go out to search for birds and pass through
Throw some grain around their presence
You may find presence of love by chance

Submitted: Saturday, December 28, 2013

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