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A PAT ON MY HEAD

Patting is a gentle touch with hand. It is a kind of touch which sends a positive vibe to the one whose the patting is done. It develops feeling of trust and care between both individuals.

A way that connected my heart with my head,
It was like someone weaving a thread. 

Just by patting on my head,
To make me understand what you said. 

I still rememberΒ it from that time,
Your words seemed to be a perfect rhyme. 

I looked up to you,
And what you said was true. 

That I am still a child by heart,
And should try my best from the very start. 

The day your hand find me,
It was something only you could see. 

It was like unspoken language,
That only heart could manage. 

I wish you will stroke my hair,
To shower me with your tender care.

15 thoughts on “A PAT ON MY HEAD

  1. How beautifully worded feelings, just lovely as always Aparna πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œβ€β€β€

    The day your hand find me, It was something only you could see. It was like unspoken language, That only heart could manage.

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  2. A Pat on head always comes as blessings mostly, I believe.
    Normally, a person who cares does it for his or her loved ones.
    Excellent point indeed πŸ‘
    Remarkable.
    Stay blessed always. A Pat on your head from my part.
    God bless you.

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    1. True indeed Pat is like blessings.
      I am glad that you appreciate it.
      Thanks a lot for praising me and I will surely pat on my head as your blessing πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ŠπŸ€©
      Stay happy and safe πŸ˜ƒ

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  3. Aparna that was beautifully done! The vividness with which you described the gentle & caring feeling generated by the pat on the head is exceptional!I loved these lines so much, -The day your hand find me,
    It was something only you could see.

    It was like unspoken language,
    That only heart could manage.
    Keep up the magic! God bless you!

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