“Welcome, Little Angel”
I know you there, and you hear me,
This is for you, little angel I mean,
Welcoming you to this world we dwell,
The world that can make you ill and well,
And you will have to be strong for it,
Enough to overcome its anonymous heat.
Welcome to your world,
Where you will have to learn each word,
A world where your ability is power,
And your careless will gain you a flower,
But with your mummy here, all will be ok,
Each day she will be part of your essay.
Let me whisper a secret for you,
Here each day, you will enjoy the sky’s blue,
Each morning you will enjoy the bird’s melody,
Each minute you will see your care’s comedy,
Each year you will have your birthday ceremony,
And all this will always be in your memory.
Hello, little mummy’s pride,
I wish I would be with you there inside,
Holding you before anyone else here,
Because I’m waiting for your cry to hear,
Cry that will make your daddy happy,
Cry that will save your mum from crappy.
I would like to say it all but can’t finish,
While the time keeps on diminishing,
But I going to place a comer here,
And as soon you are out, more you will hear,
Your good friends here await and care for you,
Soon each of them, your name will woo.
– “Welcome, Little Angel” by MD. Imjamul Hoque Bhuiyan
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