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At ‘kindie’ age,
Where are you going?
I pulled my Pa,
Dressed down me, my Ma.
 
At ‘schooling’ age,
Why exam starts at Ravagalam?
You will be sure fail,
Playing with God,
Yelled my Ma.
 
At ‘college’ age,
Why only ‘Ganesha’ drinking milk?
My son turned agnostic,
Give him good mind,
Prayed my Ma.
 
At ‘professional’ age,
Going to temple, big pooja hall here?
My Ma, are you a deist?
I need to take you to thirupathi,
Lord reminding of the trip.
 
At ‘family’ age,
Why religions kept increasing?
To my wife, my son turned atheist,
Hope you can bring him to normal,
Pleaded my Ma.
 
O! Lord,
I am still a believer,
You and I know
In the highest sense.
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November 29, 2010
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Comment Thanks Rupradha.

rameshsvce
12/08/2010 23:01 PM

Comment really good!!

rupradhamookerjee
12/08/2010 08:20 AM




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