My Daughter’s First Poem.

“Dreams Die Hard”, said someone,
               I am sure,he said it in fun !
For, I believe–dreams live for ever.
                So,can they die?– Never !!
How would be the land of my dreams?
     — Full of chocolates,nuts and ice-creams !
There would be no sorrows, sighs or pain
    -But  Happiness ,Joy and Laughter would reign !
That fairy land — how would I reach ?
                On cosy pillows,on wings of sleep !
How long would I love to be there ?
                For ever and ever ! Isn’t that fair ??
PS:My daughter had written this poem-her first one,sometime in
      April 2005. ( she was 22 years old then )        It was published in
      Bank of India’s house   magazine called  ” Taarangan ”  in its
      December 2005 issue.She received  her honorarium
      cheque of Rs.200/- . She wrote the next piece on her
      experience of receiving the honorarium, which was also
      subsequently  published in issue of June 2006, for which she
      again received another cheque. I shall be posting that 
     delightful piece as well,shortly.
      – J.S.BROCA
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3 Responses to My Daughter’s First Poem.

  1. Kumarendra Mallick says:

    Welcome Hermeen to Muse India. It is our dream to see young talents to rise, you are one among them. We too shall reward you for your good compositions. May God bless you in all your endeavours. If you can spare some time, please do post your work and interact with other writers. Love and regards

    Kumarendra Mallick, Hyderabad
    Mar 25, 2009

  2. Dr Pooja says:

    Dear Harmeen,
    Welcome to the family of Muse India. Your poem is very nice and I can imagine your happiness when you won a prize for your first poem. I can also imagine Jitoo Uncle feeling happy. I congratulate you now as I know it only now. I am eagerly waiting for your next prize winning poem. Muse family is a wonderful family and you shall very soon start getting prizes from many through their kind words of appreciation, encouragement and support. Thank you. Wish you all the very best.

    Dr Pooja G Bhuyar, Bijapur
    Mar 25, 2009

  3. ATREYA Sarma says:

    Dr Harmeen Kaurji, Your poem is sweet as a refreshing dream, and now we have one more medical doctor with taste for aesthetics. Warm welcome and all the best.

    U Atreya Sarma, Secunderabad-56
    Mar 26, 2009

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