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Sunday, March 12, 2006

THE GREAT INDIAN FAMILY

Until the date they are other’s possession
She is some one’s daughter, He is someone’s son.
With their marriage they begin new life,
They have new identity of Husband and Wife.
“I, ME, MYSELF” have to pushed away,
“WE, OUR, OURS” have to find their way.
In all contrast they have to match,
Differences have to be filled with patch.
They argue, they fight silence is rare,
But all is done with love and care.
They laugh; they cry do all in share.
After some time they make pretty good pair.
As the time passes they are three then four,
Then they decide on “NOW NO MORE!”
Kids are burdened with parent’s expectations,
Every day they get some “PREACHY SESSIONS”.
He earns, he rules, fulfils financial needs,
She is quite involved in social deeds.
They just can’t avoid some social obligations,
Even if they end up in financial troubles.
Children are now grown up, they begin to react,
They want to be their own that is the fact.
That is family set up with fixed process,
Without win or loss, they just finish the race.
Some live happily, some have miserable lives,
In all the cases Indian Family survives!!!!

8 Comments:

  • Hi Rachana. Thanks you for visiting and appreciating my blog. Yours is very nice too. Keep commenting - it's nice to hear from people other than my mom and mom-in-law...

    By Blogger Rohini, at 13 March, 2006  

  • u r welcome rohini!

    By Blogger rachana, at 13 March, 2006  

  • hi Rachana,
    you have lyrically summed up the experiences and traditions of the great Indian family...
    Keep it up
    with best wishes!

    By Blogger abhay k, at 13 March, 2006  

  • thank you Abhay.

    By Blogger rachana, at 13 March, 2006  

  • Hi Rachana!
    Thanks for dropping on my blog and for appreciating the poem.Your analysis of family is really nice.Wishing u a colorful and happy Holi
    Regards,
    Neelima
    www.neelimabiome.blogspot.com

    By Blogger Neelima Arora, at 14 March, 2006  

  • hi neelima.. happy holi to u too!!

    By Blogger rachana, at 14 March, 2006  

  • How well have you captured the essence of Indian Family!! It wasa good read. Best wishes to keept it going!!!

    By Blogger panini03, at 15 March, 2006  

  • I think our best investments are our children. If they are good, happy this is more than what we should expect

    By Blogger उन्मुक्त, at 06 March, 2007  

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