Tuesday, December 14, 2010

MY SANTA CLAUS...

"Dad", was not the first word...As I learned to speak,
But he was the first one I played hide-and-seek...

Holding his fingers...I walked,
I swayed, I falled...He told me,
Get up, Don't stop!!!

Sitting on his shoulders playfully,
Carrying me when I was not sleepy...

Dad brought me my favorite Parle-G,
Boxes of ice cream Kwality...

Shouting "My Daddy Strongest",
Rhyming "Johny Johny", "Yes Papa"...

Bike ride to school everyday,
Rarely wrote "My Father" as an essay...

Learning his principles I grew up,
One of them "Never Give Up"

Be confident...Be honest
Also
Be polite...Do sympathize...

"Do not fear being a girl.
Step out...Stand smartly in this world"...

Supports me when I want to make a difference,
Hurts when he does not show confidence...

Taught me to endeavour,
He is an enamour...

He is my Santa Claus,
Gifts me...Blesses me each day,
No need of any cause...

How will I stay away after marriage?
OH GOD! Please give me the courage...

A Daughter is her Fathers Treasure,
Love which no one could ever measure...
Its called "Kanyadaan"...No wonder...


I love this quote from the movie "Pursuit of Happyness"...where a father teaches his child a wonderful thought
Chris Gardner: Don't ever let someone tell you, you can't do something. Not even me.All right?.
Christopher : All right.
Chris
Gardner: All right. You got a dream, you gotta protect it. People can't do something themselves, they wanna tell you that you can't do it. You want something? Go get it.

P.S.The word "Dad" dates back to the sixteenth century, or possibly even earlier? It may have originated with the Welsh word "Tad" (meaning father), which later mutated to Dad. The word "Father" is derived from the Old English "Foeder".


16 comments:

Always Happy said...

I love the post. Very very nice.

I like that sequence too from Pursuit of Happyness...

this is an Aww..post. well done

Kay said...

Much love to all the Daddys! but ecspecially mine!!! :) ah... Dad's are the best, great tribute!

Alka Gurha said...

My daddy was my Santa too...unfortunately he is no more...My Santa has become my guardian angel..Touching post as alwayas!

Sourav C. Pandey said...

Daughters or sons, Dads are the hero and everything we look for in a perfect man! :)

Wonderful thoughts Poonam!

Pratibha The Talent said...

very touched with the thought of dad and correlating Santa with dad as dads throughout year are like Santa for fulfilling needs and demands of their kids and everyday is a Christmas day with Santa in father.
loved it...great Poonam.

Beyond Horizon said...

@Always Happy...that was an aww reply too :)
Thanks...
Always be happy :)

@Kay...indeed dad s are the best...Thanks :)

Beyond Horizon said...

@Alka Gurha...May your guardian angel always be with you
Thank you :)

Beyond Horizon said...

@Sourav...Yep...for both daughters and sons dad s are heroes
Thanks a lot :)

@Dr.Pratibha...nicely said...everyday is a Christmas day:)
Thank you so much :)

magiceye said...

this is so beautiful.....
an awww post... :)

Blasphemous Aesthete said...

Nice, beautiful and a tribute to all the daddies in the world. Nice work.

Beyond Horizon said...

@magiceye...Thanks for the beautiful reply :)

@Blasphemous Aesthete...Thank you for the appreciation :)

Raksha Bhat said...

Lovely post:)...my Dad is my Santa too:)

Alcina said...

Lovely post..

I love my baba too :)

Beyond Horizon said...

@Dr.Raksha... Thanks :)

@Alcina... :) :) :)

Sh@s said...

Lovely. Feeling senti-menti.

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Pratod