Sunday, July 27, 2008

The cell named orphan!

At last
My diligence paid,
As I
Passed the peril,
Inside which
you were laid

The SPERM

I lay here
Pining your arrival
And
your advent denotes
my survival

The OVUM

Eventually
fusion is
done
And the two cells
become one

The ZYGOTE

Alike others
nurtured in the womb
for the same span
but
thrown into the
trash can

The ORPHAN!

Condemning parents(?) disowning the new born rather than aborting at an earlier stage

4 comments:

RiverSoul said...

Very strong and hardened comments against those parents who abandon their child at birth, is acceptable.
But do spare a thought to those who hav no other choice, those who cannot afford to undergo abortion, and others who have similar bad luck.
On teh whole,
A wonderfull poem.
Keep writing.
I love your brand of poetry.
:)

mahesh kamath said...

that was a very strong theme...
a matter to shed light upon; besides, we need to look at the way the society looks upon these orphans... what sin did they commit that they're always deprived of the privileges of a social being?
they also have an equal right to grow and prosper in the world...
Good work dude... keep writing [:)]

Arun PK said...

Like ur poem... but then denying life itself is somethin i find unacceptable... life is somethin which has to be experienced. we forget that amidst materialistic pursuits.

ramvignesh said...

it sounds a lot.........

i wanna more of such poems from u.............

hatsoff!!!!!!!!