a poem by Drsudarsan Damodar Prasad, India - poetry writer, author, poet

Welcome all ideas!
Seldom they don,
Royal robes.
They look more like-
Famished children,
Lost or abandoned –
In the crowd.

But nourish them,
Cherish them,
Without any hope of-
Reward or merit.

Who knows ?
One day the royal messenger,
May knock at your door,
At midnight; unannounced,
To show you the royal insignia,
And claim the long –lost,
Prince charming,
Princess of grace,
And invite their foster parents-
To the palace royal,
For reward and honor:
A just reward,
For rearing,
An orphaned prince and princess!

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