Harindhar Reddy

Freshman - 835 Points (Sept/19/1983 / Haliya, Hyderabad, India)

Oh, FATHER! - FEEL MY Untold LOVE! (Part-1) Poem by Harindhar Reddy


At schooltime, my father left me at house gringo!
Yet I Kept my tender heart at home of lingo!
When I quested, for fate “he is right as rain.”
Tender tears exploded like MISSILES yet in vein;
Mother, oh mother, I am still your little son!
Father, Oh father, I love thee till I am done!

While I missed mother’s love and father’s stories
All the night I stood without sleep with many worries
I asked the god, why two legs and hands!
Why not two bodies and two souls for errands!
Mother, oh mother, I am still your little son!
Father, Oh father, I love thee till I am done!

Sugarcane Juice, peanuts and berries!
Our green fields, summer holidays and holy tours!
When thousand memories flashes in mind, now,
How much I miss mom's care! How much I miss dad’s love!
Mother, oh mother, I am still your little son!
Father, Oh father, I love thee till I am done!

The small buns you bought for me still smell good,
The grapes brought, coming from city is still my favorite food;
The fruits you brought me with roots; are they heaven sent?
Yet I didn’t pay any rent pay as you are my parent!
Mother, oh mother, I am still your little son!
Father, Oh father, I love thee till I am done!

Do you know who my MAHATMA is? Oh, my brother!
He is not Mandela, nor Gandhi but my father
Who taught me A to Z rather?
What to do and what not to do, I gather!
Mother, oh mother, I am still your little son!
Father, Oh father, I love thee till I am done!

When I think of all the things you gave to me:
Your sacrifices in food; love and affection are some to name,
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Submitted: Tuesday, August 09, 2011
Edited: Monday, October 24, 2011

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Comments about this poem (Oh, FATHER! - FEEL MY Untold LOVE! (Part-1) by Harindhar Reddy )

  • Rookie Jacqui Broad (11/27/2011 11:53:00 PM)

    What a lovely poem from a son to his father. I'm sure your Dad must feel very proud of this, Harry. It is always the little things that we remember when we are feeling lost and alone! A special poem to a special person, I'm sure... (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 71 Points Vipins Puthooran (10/29/2011 2:31:00 PM)

    Mother is our first God, father the next, ,
    And we are blessed in their benediction..
    What a soothing poem, , I love it! ! !
    Great poesy/amazing poem...
    Top marks! ! ! 10+++ (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 127 Points Allemagne Roßmann (9/6/2011 2:02:00 PM)

    A to Z enjoyable and heart-freezing, heart-rending, heartful write.Hearty congratulations for you for this poem of valueing the ethics and the struggles faced while growing up and rememberin the true best friends one can eve have..well done (Report) Reply

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