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My Home, My Temple
by Mousumi Paul
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(Dedicated to my Parents)

A temple, where
gods and goddesses live
on their altar,
people keep their faith
which they do never alter.

My home is alike;
where my god and
goddess stay
being happy and gay.

Their careful protection
keeps me safe and secure
and I say goodbye 
to all my tension.

In their absence
I lose my patience,
I search 
their healing touch.

They are the key to my happiness;
I stay blessed 
with their love and grace.

I'll be with them forever
I can leave them never.

He (my father) is my god.
She (my mother) is my goddess.
They make the best paradise
where I lie;
I'll keep on worshipping
my god and goddess
till I die.
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December 04, 2013
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Comment wooooow hearttouching words ..keep on writing

kaushik
12/27/2013 03:10 AM




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