Happy Children’s Day!

November 14 ,2014 marks the 125th birth anniversary of India’s first Prime minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, which is observed as Children’s’ day in the country.On this day, I recollect a simple poem I had first written for my daughter when she was a little girl for a school recitation competition.Later the same poem was used by my son too and many of my dear nieces and nephews made the poem their own. Every time I read this poem it brings back those fond memories of their childhood. Today most of them are married and happily settled and some of them have little kids. The pictures featured in this write-up are of my niece’s adorable sons and their school friend.I hope you enjoy reading this poem:

If Chocolates Grew on Trees

If Chocolates grew on Trees                                       1378048_10152281666374899_1295053308_n

Oh! What fun it would be

Cadbury, 5-star,Tobler,  Ferrero Rocher and Lindt

All famous brands there would be

No need to ask for mama’s permission

And no need to listen to papa’s sermons

For now

I can just pluck them and eat !


2 thoughts on “Happy Children’s Day!”

  1. Hey there, I found you via the NaBloPoMo blogroll.

    If chocolate grew on trees, we would have a heck of a lot more trees in the world. 😉 I would like some Lindt trees in my yard..

    As part of NaBloPoMo I try to comment on as many participating blogs as I can, and I also add participating blogs to my feed reader.

    So I’m just dropping by to let you know I’ve added your blog to my feedreader, I’m reading you loud and clear, I have a link up going at my place so my readers can find participating blogs which you are more than welcome to add your blog link to.

    Looking forward to seeing your posts, and you’ll likely see me drop by again during November.

    Happy NaBloPoMo to you!


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