Reverbnation Honey


“Work will be done when,
Papa, its not very hearty”
“I’ll come soon children
let me enjoy the party.

Papa Bear too celebrates,
kids, let me wine and dine
on sweet honey cupcakes
of colorful song and rhyme.

As the cupcakes bake,
my soul intertwines
and within every flake,
my love honey lines.

Since this honey smells
of the rose of eternity;
to me its essence tells
what buzzed Mother Bee

Solitary bears retract
let them hibernate;
for hearty honey from angels
let me reverbnate.”

Credit: God, Reverbnation Artists, Reverbnation

Notes
1. Mother bee is a reference to our source of true love, and therefore eternal life.

2. I created the verb reverbnate from Reverbnation, the biggest site for independent musicians: http://www.reverbnation.com

3. An angel is whoever reminds me to sing about our common father, because thats just magical: My Angels Blog

4. Apart from my job, music, poetry … I love spending time playing with my kids!!! Gobind is 7 and Jania almost 5 (in January). I am very very fortunate to have the love of these kids who are obviously jealous of the time I spend on my job, music, and poetry.

5. In San Ramon, California … as must be true in other small suburbs across America, birthday celebrations especially in School are made with sharing of colorful cupcakes!

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5 Replies to “Reverbnation Honey”

  1. Let me Reverbnate – First time when I listened to those lovely music of yours I was thinking who may be this who sings very warm heartedly. I joined Reverbnation when one of my nephews asked me to join – from that day onwards I’m listening to Shiv’s music. Love listening. Hope Gobindh(I loved to hear your name Gobind, and love to hear new baby’s name too) and Jania too may be listening everyday.Children always love to be with their Pappa when they are celebrating. Happy Birthday from me.

  2. Really awesome poem, Shiv. You are always reminding me, (in the best possible way) the gardens of my soul that have been fallow and wildly waiting for the return of spring.

    Much love,
    Phoenix

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