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Tuesday, July 12, 2011

You are my 'Sonshine'


I told the breeze, the sun and the stars, 
Who is my life and for whom I have come so far.
I live with him, I sleep by his side,
He is the reason, for which I survive.
At times he comes and holds my hand, 
Then, I tell him where he should stand.
I will see him sail through and he will shine like the sun,
He is the man I love the most, He is my son!!!

Dedicated to one of the most beautiful relations - Mother and Son.

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44 comments:

  1. Absolutely true Saru.. You have said it all in few lines..
    Amazing as well as very touching poem.. Just hugged Yash:):)

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  2. Very beautiful.... and such a pure way to portray such a pure and special relationship.

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  3. Beautiful expression from a mother to a sun (son).

    Cheers,
    Blasphemous Aesthete

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  4. Awww.. being a mother of most wonderful young man, I can relate so well to that poem

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  5. Soulful indeed...the relationship between mothers and progeny is like a prism...radiates many colors..joy, love, sorrow, ecstasy...well written...

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  6. @Swati- You know this is a dedication to you, Navita and Kshama. Glad you like it.

    @Rajneesh Tiwari- Thanks.

    @jojofeelings- Mother-Son and Mother-Daughter are the two relations I admire the most.

    @Blasphemous Aesthete- :) Thanks for admiring the inherent meaning of words.

    @Farila- Thanks, Seen your son's picture, so, I would say most wonderful handsome young man...:)

    @India's no. 1 blog- Nice perspective, thanks.

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  7. Wow,beautifully express,very touching


    Prashant and Kshama

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  8. @Wagh- Thanks, it's for you kshama!

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  9. thank you Saru for your concern and good wishes on my post. yes, we are safe.

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  10. nice to read how mothers feel :)

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  11. wow! speechless ! having that happiness can't be traded for anything else ..Seems you are a best mommy , hats off for that! Your son so lucky having a great mommy like SAru!!!!

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  12. So beautifully written. A heartfelt post. Simply loved it.

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  13. I have always found the mother-son relationship extremely cute and undefinable in mere words. although it goes for all our relations..but there is something more divine in it :)

    sarah

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  14. @Magiceye- Thank you Deepak Sir.

    @We Cognize- :)

    @Angel- Thanks but I'm not a mommy as of yet. Hope my kids feel that I am a nice mommy...:)

    @Harsha- Dedicated it to my friends who have baby boys.

    @subtlescribbler- Rightly said, it's a very divine relationship.

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  15. aww..!! tht was beautiful.. :)
    i love ur poems.. :) :)

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  16. Great poem...

    But could not help thinking of a mother and son doing backseat driving in Delhi... :)

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  17. Just Awesome... Mother and Child's relations is Purest relation, and will remain forevr.. Lovely...

    http://loveisaspiritualforce.blogspot.com/

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  18. @Jay- Out of hibernation, was waiting for your posts which came today finally. Thanks for the lovely comment

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  19. Wonderful words! Nothing can express this relationship better than these words. Thanks Saru for putting our feelings in your beautiful words.

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  20. @Anonymous NAVITA- Thanks, I am glad you like it:)

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  21. @Nirvaan- Thanks Dear.

    @Chandra81- Thanks for loving it, it's one of my favorites.

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  22. Hi Saru,
    Beautifully expressed. It is true - nothing can surpass the relationship between a mother and her children. I liked this line: "He is the man I love the most, He is my son!!!" All husbands must remember this.
    You write very well and I going to visit your blog for such gems.
    Regards
    Vikram

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  23. @VIKRAM KARVE- Thanks Sir, I am speechless. :)

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  24. Touched....! Really touched, Saru...! Words take me to my Mom who is thousands of miles away...!

    Sathish

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  25. @Sathish Kumar- Thanks Sathish:)

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  26. That is a great poem! We have to think about how blessed we are, or we'd pull our hair out. Truly touched.

    If you have the time: Read a poem I wrote at towards the bottom of this post: http://milkingtheissue.blogspot.com/2011/05/lately-ive-had-hard-time-focusing.html
    My sister just gave birth to a baby boy that is terminal with Trisomy 18. I wrote this poem a long while ago when she lost another baby with Trisomy 18. So far her newest baby is growing and has survived 5 weeks now. Time will tell.

    Thank you for visiting Planet of the Apels!

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  27. @alissa4illustration- Thanks Dear, I read the poem and it was beautiful beyond words.

    @Animesh Ganguly- I am touched...:)

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  28. Gal your writing is awesome. keep it up

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  29. @Sangeeta- What else to do here? You know how much I admire books and writing. Thanks :)

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  30. super like! simple n short, yet so beautiful!

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  31. @Rohit Sareen- Thanks Rohit and Welcome here!

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  32. No is no other love quite like a Mother's love for her children. This is so beautiful. I am glad I got to read one of your earlier posts. :)

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