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Beautiful Daughters

Roll on, roll on, and stare!
Beautiful daughters of heaven
Three-sixty-five, Twenty-four-seven

Roll on, roll on, and beware!
Beautiful daughters of hell
With eyes of an angel

But beautiful daughters I praise thee
Praise be onto mothers that raise thee

For when a child is born a sweet girl
Heaven itself is raised from hell

Beautiful daughters are the seeds of peace
Their instinctive love we need not decrease
Bearing along the humane fruit of compassion
The golden qualities of a cherished companion

Beautiful daughters I praise thee
Praise be onto thy mothers that raise thee

Copyright 2006 - Sylvia Chidi
 
Sylvia Chidi

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  158.     

Some Mother's Daughter

I heard on the news on the radio today
How a young woman died in a car smash on the Calder Highway
Unmarried in her early twenties they did not give her name
Or not say where she lived or from what town she came.

Yet she was some mother's daughter and her mother tonight
Will grieve for her darling and for her no respite
From the grief that afflicts her she won't get to sleep
Her face wet with tears and she sob as she weep.

She was some mother's daughter though to no man a wife
And near the city of Bendigo she lost her life
So young for to die and not yet in her prime
And she will not grow old and show the wear of time.

She was somebody's daughter and some mother in tears
Will grieve for her child for weeks months and years
The child she gave birth to and raised from life now has gone
She was some mother's daughter though life will go on.

She will not marry, give birth to children and live to grow old and gray
The young woman who died on the Calder Highway
In our birth and our death we do not have a say
Yet she was some mother's daughter who died today.
 
Francis Duggan

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  159.     

Ravi Shankar’s Daughter

Ooh – I am in love with Ravi Shankar’s daughter
And she doesn’t even know

Do you think her mother knows what she brought us
Do you think her father shouts from the hilltops?

Ooh – I am love with Ravi Shankar’s daughter
And she really should know

My sweet love – Alleluia
I really want to see you - My sweet lord
I really want to be with you
So I can always hear you play
Hare Krishna

I am in love with Ravi Shankar’s daughter
The spirit in her fingers makes my body quiver

Ravi Shankar’s daughter
Rave Shankar’s daughter

Conduct your life like an Indian Master
The best is still to come in the ever after

Love and space dust inside each and all of us
The coiled serpent – the all Seeing Eye
 
Michael WheelerWyatt

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  160.     

Domestic Shades16

For angst theirs against
Infants and babies shut in classes
Montessori 'holidays' means a lot
That grand-mas are the happiest
Running behind grand children
Bleating to grand-son 'yes sir, yes sir'
Towed by grand-daughter like 'little lamb'
Boasting to daughters
Their baby care olden days..

Kept running behind me
My grand-daughter
My daughter behind her
A cypher-contest finally
Caught defeated for bath
But bath-towel crying elsewhere
Escaped to rescue, my daughter
Little wee locked in momentarily
Battled on a chaos further red mouthed
Poking 'Grandeur''s tongue
Prostrating to my back 'toothsome'...
And...
Now, I am not for Montessori Holidays
 
Indira Renganathan

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