Monday, February 21, 2011

Sweet Home

© Written by Tarang Sinha






A Home is a paradise,
Walls paved with…
…concrete love.
Roof of  ultimate concern.
Doors of happiness.
Windows letting in the air …
…of contentment.

A haven where one gets
Peace,
Privacy,
Closeness,
Harmony
And security.

A place permeated with…
…aroma of good food.
Sharing juicy ramblings…
…over the tea table,
Adding...
... spurts of amusement.

Echoing chuckles of…
…children,
Resonating mirth and…
…melody.
Creating an aura…
… so peaceful.

A place, where…
…bond of love develops…
…and strengthens.
Caring and sharing…
…burgeons,
Ebbing away the sorrows.

A place like temple
Where heart fills with…
…serenity.
Where all the stress
…of outer world,
Diminishes.

A beautiful world…
… within the world.
A home,
The most sacred place,
Humming the…
…melody of elation.


 Written for: Jingle Poetry (Home, Temple And sanctum)
                       Sunday Scribblings (Food)
                        Monday's Child
                        You know that blog
Shared@         Poetry Jam



51 comments:

  1. A home can be some many things ...we just have to choose....calm amongst chaos...bonds among strife....liked this.

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  2. dreamy home to be.
    love your take.
    have fun!

    A++

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  3. Perfect home cemented with all good things!
    Happy heart :)

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  4. A beautiful tribute to Home and family....truly enjoyed this wonderful visit into your heart and home...bkm

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  5. it all happens at home.. lovely thought! my potluck's here: http://fiveloaf.wordpress.com/2010/06/04/metamorphosis/

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  6. @Rekha: Yes, one can feel in various ways. It's about searching and choosing words. Liked your choice of words. Thanks.

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  7. @ Jingle, Bendedspoon,Bkm and Fiveloaf: Thank you so much! I'm glad you liked it :)

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  8. Hi Tarang,

    Not in haiku form, but lovely still :)

    Hope to see you again with some haiku for us!

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  9. There is nothing like the feeling of coming back home safe. You captured all those feelings so well.

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  10. Wonderful poetry, deep thoughts, tender.

    Nice take for so many prompts.

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  11. Thanks Jenn. Actually I'm a bit novice for Haiku.

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  12. just gorgeous tarang. wonderful sentiments and beautiful poem.

    trisha
    http://mydomainpvt.wordpress.com/2011/02/20/free-soul-20th-feb-2011/

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  13. abslolutely delightful poem this..home, ah, home..

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  14. You've truly captured the warmth and security of home. Nicely done.

    My 3WW: The Good Life

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  15. @ Ramesh Sood: Ah! Home! Really. Thanks!

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  16. That is a beautiful picture you have painted

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  17. Thank you so much ThomG & Shail!:)

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  18. Greetings, Happy Firday! Blessings…

    Friendship Awards, Enjoy!
    Thanks for the support, You Rock!
    xxx

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  19. Thank you so much Jingle! :) Best wishes.

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  20. 'Home' can mean so many things. Like your 'home'.
    Best wishes,
    Anna
    Anna's Monday's Child #34

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  21. I really enjoyed this poem about home. Cheers, Wendy

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  22. You touched upon all the home bases in a delicate poem of great depth. Well done.

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  23. What a beutiful, loving reflection of home. This is the home everyone deserves and we all try to build for our families.

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  24. I think we truly appreciate the sanctity of our homes when we leave them. There really is no place like home.

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  25. Your home is a wonderful temple. I came to visit via Poetry Jam.

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  26. "A beautiful world within a world".....beautiful!

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  27. Thanks for linking to Poetry Jam!

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  28. @ Judy: Thank you so much!:)

    @ Helen: Yes, there's no place like home:) Thanks for your comment.

    @ Enchanted Oak: Thank you!:)

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  29. @ Carrie: Thanks a lot! Glad you liked it:)

    @ Margaret: Thanks!:)

    @ Mary: Thanks!

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  30. Elation indeed- and wonderful memories. This is delightful!

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  31. lovely home imagery.

    make a contribution to us if you could, bless you.

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  32. Yes, yes, yes! Beautiful~ and my heart aches for those who long for it.

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  33. Oh but to have just a few stanzas in the hustle and bustle of the "new home".

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  34. Yes indeed, the perfect home. Thanks for the read

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  35. I enjoyed your poem, I like the way you set it up. You could almost hear it floating out the window as you passed by.

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  36. Just wonderful, I so love your take on HOME! Fun to read,so sentimental and filled with love!

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  37. Love all the things that are home to you...it is the life lived and not the place it is lived in

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  38. @ Laurie: Thank you!:)

    @ Promising Poets...: Thanks!:)

    @ Janet: Thank you so much for liking this:)

    @ Booguloo: :)

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  39. @ WinterWrites: Thank you!:)

    @ Raining Iguanas: Thank you so much! Glad you liked it:)

    @ Ella: Thank you so much for liking this!:)

    @ Susie: Thanks!:)

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  40. @ WinterWrites: Thank you!:)

    @ Raining Iguanas: Thank you so much! Glad you liked it:)

    @ Ella: Thank you so much for liking this!:)

    @ Susie: Thanks!:)

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  41. Wherever you may go..,if you have a place to come back , then it is your "Home" ..people, who have this final shelter are the luckiest one's...

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  42. Home sweet home, I love the description and the attributes you give to home, and each one I agree with.

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