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Silent Sighs

BY: Jacintha Morris | Category: Writing | Submitted: 2013-03-24 11:02:05
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Article Summary: "Through this poem the emotions embedded within the hearts of mothers especially those employed and had to struggle alone without the help of their spouse to bring up their little ones is expressed. often the busy or fatigue mother cannot enjoy or join the little ones in little bliss as the situation dont allow them. But realisat.."

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Silent sighs

Will you please give my toddlers back
For they have grown fast and on track
Ready for a life of their own choice
Piles of wishes in heart kept in stack
Words of care and concern I wish to talk

Will you please give my toddlers back
I didn't note the glee, when given warm bath
Nor the smile when fed rich broth
For I was always in a hurry
To back up with house hold chores

Will you please give my toddlers back
I didn't make them repeat, first word chat
Nor could I admire their tiny feet trot
For I always had to rush to sign
To be in time for the job I cling

Will you please give my toddlers back
I couldn't play hide and seek they sought
Nor could I clap my hands when they laughed
For fatigue made my lids close fast
And mind's alarm set before sun rise

Will you please give my toddlers back
I couldn't sing the lullaby tuned at heart
Nor did I croon and pet them a lot
For I was lonely, sick and weary often
Not a shoulder to share or words to soften.


Jacintha Morris/ Welfare Assistant
AG's Office, Trivandrum

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