aniruddha pathak

From the elder one

In poetry on May 8, 2011 at 15:58

I walked out on you
One fine early morning
Hurting you each moment
For you kept on calling
That evening I returned
I knew I let you down
You were there to still hug me
To hold me and not frown

The more I went away
The more I kept coming back
With every step I took
I knew it made you sad
You thought that I’ll progress
And I kept looking for you
Look forward is all you said
You were hiding it I knew

How long can you hold on?
I wonder who created you
You let myself go on
While you suffer the pain all through
I might gift you the stars
I might give the world to you
Nothing compares Mom
To show how much I love you

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  1. soo sweet .. I like the pic too 🙂

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  2. Another Gem.. Hope ur mom read it..n u always come up with the most apt pics for ur poems. 🙂

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  3. This made me sad. 😦

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  4. Albeit it instills a strange abstract feeling… I like it and for sure love the pic! 🙂

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  5. Brilliantly written 🙂
    Hahah I loved that pic!!! 😀 Can I borrow it pls?

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  6. >>:)<< for the pic and the lovely write-up! 🙂

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  7. beautiful…

    bless you and the one you love.
    A++

    welcome back.

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  8. Very touching poem. I love the image, too. 🙂

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  9. its one of those posts tat leave you with 🙂

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  10. Smiling…brilliant and the picture tops it off!
    Mothers always know what to do.

    Very nicely done.

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  11. Wow marvelous and its speaks such truth….show it to ur mom….she will love it and will be proud of u and will say such pain is valueless when I look at the son who is so perfect 🙂

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  12. btw this made me remember the poetry on my mom I wrote yrs back on an old blog….will show it to u someday 🙂

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  13. soulful lines nice to read..

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