Bhawana Sharma

Rookie (20 Jan 1985 / Delhi, India)

Inside Every Woman

There is a desire to learn
A desire to earn
A desire to stand tall
In front of this world
There is a desire to show
That she is no less than others
There is a desire to be praised
Inside every woman

There is a desire to compete
A desire to defeat
A desire to show her spark
To make a waking call
There is a desire to lead
A desire to proceed
there is a desire to achieve
Inside every woman

There is a desire to invent
A desire to circumvent
A desire to change the trend
To bring fear to an end
There is a desire to explore
A desire to know more
There is a desire to rule
Inside every woman.

Submitted: Friday, March 28, 2008
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  • Rookie Shiza Khan (3/28/2008 12:13:00 PM)

    What a wonderful poem.. while reading the felt as if i am reading my inner self.. u have so rightly put down the desire of a woman in such easy words..
    10 on 10.. keep writing.Love Shiza :) (Report) Reply

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