Girl child

I was looking for my notes in my shelf and guess what, I found my long lost poem…I wrote it when I was in school…today when I saw it I was kind of happy…it reminded me of my school days and of my friend for whom I wrote it (for a competition) so I thought that I should share my smile and thought with you guys as well…I hope you will like it…

History proves the power of women,
Our culture approves the fierceness of women,
But when we hear, a “her” is born
We feel our expectations being torn…

Many says girls are burden,
They only brings tons of trouble
But I want to ask just one thing,
In which world are you living?

God gave “her” a big responsibility,
To fulfill the needs and every possibility,
“She” is the one who widens the world,
Is this the trouble which she has caused?

Girl is not allowed to carry a bag
She is forced to live like a rag,
The moment she opens up her eyes,
She is faced with all the “why’s”…

I wanna ask one more thing,
What do they think they are doing,
Girls are also a creation of god,
Then who are we to say “she’s not”…

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13 thoughts on “Girl child

  1. Pingback: Kev | Girl child

  2. ‘FRAILTY THY NAME IS WOMAN’ SAID SHAKESPEARE AND JUST CONTRARY TO THIS BERNARD O’ DONNEL OPINED ‘THERE IS NO PARALLEL TO A WOMAN WHEN SHE ENTERS THE REALM OF CRIME’, AND SERIES OF FAR AND AGAINST IN THE MATTER CONTINUES UNBRIDLED. I FEEL PROUD OF FALLING IN LINE WITH jAI SHANKAR PRASAD WHO SAID WITH A RELIGIOUS COMMITMENT LIKE:
    नारी तुम केवल श्रद्धा हो
    विश्वास रजत नख पग तल में
    पीयूष श्रोत सी बहा करो
    मानस के जीवनं समतल में।

    I WISH YOUR POEM TO BE READ WELL AND ADMIRE IT.

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