A Letter to Parents on their Silver Jubilee Anniversary.
edited: Saturday, June 29, 2002
By uppalapati Lakshmi Prasanthi
Posted: Saturday, June 29, 2002
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Written 2 years back. My Parents got married on Aug 13, 1975.
Dear Mummy and Daddy,
My hearty wishes to you on your Silver Jubilee Anniversary.
Sorry for not being part of the celebrations. I wanted to say something to you poetically but couldn't pen. I will write my feelings as it is.
This is the golden moment much awaited
to stop and glare, all that you share
all thru the life hurdles, you spare
all the words in the marriage, you swear
But I think, so far,
you lived your lives for others
so I pray, request with love that
you just start living for you, only for you.
Daddy, this is especially for you and my true feeling.
Mummy loves you so much
but I never feel the same passion in you for her
I very much knew that you love and respect her
but ( in my view) you didn't show the care and concern she deserves
this is the high time she needs you the most
so, my request is don't go or opt for tours and leave her alone
you please be with her, listen to her heart
give your company and concern to her.
she is deprived of it all thru the years.
Very sorry if I hurt you. But this is my feeling and
I think this is the right time to speak my heart to you.
I thank God on this occasion for selecting you to be my parents.
You are the greatest gifts HE has given to me. You gave me the sweet sibling.
I need not wish for anything, so long as you are with me.
You showered me with all the love, you made this world a wonderful place to live in.
But Sorry Mom and Dad! I could never satisfy any of your wish.
With all the Love,
yours naughty child.