The Imprudent Wife

Rain whipped a torrent among the gusty trees, She knelt to kindle the sooted hearth, Embers refused to yield her pleas, She sobbed helpless to the nature's wrath. Winds roared and rustled in the nearby vales, Cattle bellowed in the quivering crib, She stormed to save the rain-soaked bales, But in vain and helpless like... Continue Reading →

Daddy’s Little Girl

She nestled in his arms a bird newborn, Eyes of pearls and a Roman nose. Asleep by his heart, her fingers curled his own, Oblivious and away from the worldly woes. He held her, frozen in moment and time, Wishing all he could, she never grew big. She was full moon of a morning sky,... Continue Reading →

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