My Innocent, a poem by Dr. Humeira Jawed at Spillwords.com

My Innocent

My Innocent

written by: Dr. Humeira Jawed

 

Hush…my little innocent
Don’t say a word,
I’ll sing I think a lullaby,
In whispers unheard.

Stay here with me;
I’ve cuddled onto ur charms
You are a world of purity,
Cradled in my arms.

Those starry eyed smiles,
I wonder, I forget my fears
How soulful are ur cries,
Wiping away my tears.

With tiny hands and feet,
You pace a playful thrill
Chasing you is a treat,
As you run and I toddle still

Someone called Time,
Is crawling…creeping its way
Keep slow, for this vicious Time
Will take you a memory away!

Untouched, unaware,
Unsinned… you thrive
Your joy encompasses where,
There is goodness left of life.

Precious is each moment spent
You spoil, you keep beguiled
My dear little innocent…
With you I am a child!

Dr. Humeira Jawed

Dr. Humeira Jawed

Being a medical doctor by profession I have an avid parallel passion for writing. My first publication was at the age of nine in a local magazine and since then I have been spilling words! Born and bred in Dubai, UAE, I am currently from Karachi, Pakistan. I am also an MBA in Health and Hospital Management and have diverse experience in both hospitals and pharmaceuticals and teaching MBA students.
Dr. Humeira Jawed

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