Dr.Rajendra Tela,Nirantar


I thought men were superior to a women


I thought
Men were superior
To women
To prove it
I repeatedly decide
To ask you to do
Whatever I say
To believe and behave
The way I do
Every time when I face you
My manhood and ego
Melts like an ice lump
Melts in the hot sun
I am on my knees
Seeking your attention
My superiority vanishes
In thin air
I become
A meek pet animal
Enamored by your beauty
I look like a defeated
Enemy
My heart tells my mind
Man can never be
Superior to a woman
True man
Love and respect women
Treat them decently
Never think of superiority
Always keep in mind
Existence of man is
Because of a woman
One and the only
The dear mother

Submitted: Monday, October 17, 2011
Edited: Monday, October 17, 2011

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