Guest Writer Spot

Friday sees my Guest Writer Spot, which gives writers the opportunity for their  work to be seen and read by others. I accept stories, poems, articles – in fact, anything and everything. All you have to do is make sure your prose is no longer than 2000 words and your poems no more than 40 lines. If you would like some of your writing to be featured on my blog, please contact me here or by e-mail: esthernewton@virginmedia.com

My guest writer this week is Bharul Chhatbar. Before you read her lovely poem, here’s a little bit about her, in her own words:

I am basically a housewife from Gujarat – India with the passion of writing poems and short stories. My husband is very supportive inspiring me to write. I am proud mother of two. My children boost me up to write more and more. I thank God for blessing me such a wonderful supportive family.’

Children, our Treasure

By

Bharul Chhatbar

 

Children are perhaps our twinkling stars

Our treasure of gold and silver,

Growing, they make our heart feel pride,

Eyes showering the loving tears!

 –

With each milestone as they pass

We stand greeting,

Inspiring, activating, stimulating

Their success is ours in turn!

 –

No matter how so ever

Our heart may yearn,

To hold them close to our heart,

Still have to make them stand alone

In the path of life,

Thus make them bloom to live on their own

When grown up, this moral, they have to pass!

***

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6 Responses to Guest Writer Spot

  1. Pratish padia says:

    Nice poem

  2. Hiten says:

    Wow…very nicely said this

  3. blondeusk says:

    Fabulous! You pick great writers 🙂

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