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SAPNE: Voice Of The Mothers And The Youth

Bijoy Misra
02/06/2019

Voice of the Mothers and the Youth – SAPNE meets Feb 17

Wherever we are, whatever we are, however old we are, our mother’s voice stays with us.  Mother is a different cosmic creation that nurtures us, supports us, stands by us and walks with us.  We understand the principles of nurturing when we become parents, but mother remains a refuge all the time.

Mothers speak, they cry, they complain and they shout.  Mothers mend the errors in the world through their sharp observation and natural insight.  Mothers forgive and they accept.  The universe is sustained through the forgiveness of the mothers.

Together with the youth, mothers create a new set.  It is a set of freshness, hopefulness, full of expectation of a bright tomorrow.  Hope begets hope and the youth receives wings.  Mothers help the young to fly out and wait for the return.  They bestow their hope on new youth.

We celebrate the Voice of the Mothers and the Youth in the winter meeting of SAPNE (South Asian Poets of New England) on Sunday, February 17 at Lexington Public Library, 1874 Mass Ave, Lexington.  The program begins at 2 PM and continues till 4:30 PM.

I appeal all to join.  You can read a poem from literature of your choice or you can read your fresh composition.  You can read in any language.  Please feel free to pick up treasured poems from your cultural heritage and recite them.  Please write to indiadisoverycenterusa@gmail.com  if you wish to join.

Let me also invite all buddying writers.  Age is no barrier.  Express yourself in your language or English.  Let your voice be heard!  Your mother would be proud of you!

 

    



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