Mazid S Kazi , INDIA

(8\10\1951 / S A Q, Karnatak India)

Father -in-law's and mother-in- law's daughter is a daughter-in-law

Father -in-law's and mother-in- law's daughter is a daughter-in-law
In the long and short journey of life one has to read the same law,
Even the daughter-in-law should not treat with them just like a saw,
She must think that her husband's parents are like her own parents.

Action and reaction we can see soon infront of our eyes and mind,
And every one has his or her law and so let us always live by a law,
A good son-in-law does not deserve for any kind of dowry to find,
He too considers that his wife's parents are just like his own parents.

A daughter is born in her own family and lives in the another family,
All will weep to see the changes of her life from the starting to an end,
If that new family members are good for her she lives very happily,
Otherwise in every walk of her life she suffers and herself will tend.

All daughters have to face and face to cross the same path of life,
The Nature itself will pity on them to see their difficulty of life's strife.

Submitted: Sunday, July 18, 2010
Edited: Saturday, October 04, 2014

Topic(s): art

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