Friday, 14 July 2006

For my great father(The 100th post)














I am leaving for the G-8 Summit to St. Petersberg today for the next few days leaving you all this poem for my great father who is just out of the hospital after a bypass heart surgery. Bye for now...I'll be back soon.

Father
Come on
Let’s go on
It’s not time to rest
Let’s starts afresh

Father
Soon we would be together
Exploring a new world
Full of wonders
It’s not the time to rest

Father
I’ve been waiting for you
Since so long
To see you walking with me again
On the path of bliss

Father
Come on
Let’s go on
It’s not time to rest
Let’s start once again

7 Comments:

Blogger ozymandiaz said...

may your father be with for a long, long time

14/7/06 5:41 pm  
Blogger rachana said...

congratulations for ur 100th post!!
wishing ur father good health....
I have to say this.."once father walked with his son showing colourful dreams,holding his hand,,
now the son wants his father to walk with him in his dream land!!"

14/7/06 6:24 pm  
Anonymous arulba said...

so glad your father is out of the hospital! enjoy the summit.

15/7/06 12:07 am  
Blogger pissed off patricia said...

Thanks to amazing medicine you'll have your father with you longer. I'm happy for both of you.

Congratulations on number 100

15/7/06 1:39 am  
Anonymous Nanda said...

Father coming back recuperated from hospital gives a feeble smile. The tired family tries to relax a while. Its purse is lighter now and the post-operative routine still continues to exact funds. Gods are to be thanked and they also need the family's time and money. But they accomodate the family's current priorities and wait. Nobody wants to go back to the unnerving place called hospital, at least not so soon.

Such were my feeling when my father came back from hospital after his peptic surgery some twenty-eight years ago.

Abhay, your poignat lines remind me of that. Thanks.

Nanda
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21/7/06 10:27 pm  
Anonymous karena said...

How lovely. I'm sorry he had to rest. Take care.

23/7/06 4:10 am  
Blogger paris parfait said...

Abhay, I'm so terribly sorry to hear about your father. From everything you've written, he sounds like a wonderful man. No doubt he was very proud of you and all you've accomplished. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during these difficult days.

26/7/06 1:04 am  

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