Little Love and Little Care
Precious, truly precious is a girl
Respecting her is the key
As the essence is of realizing how wonderful she is.
Love, care and respect is to be for a woman
Women, make this society a place where love is plenty
Since, all she desires is equality
To respect her is to be
To care for her is to be.
If men fail in respecting women then they are not real men
As a true man will do anything for respect of a woman
Precious are girls, do not hurt them or kill them
To do everything to protect her, is duty of every nice man.
Showing respect, is only thing to be
Loving them with true feelings has to be
Caring for them has to be.
A little love, a little care has to be shown
By every true man to every woman.
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