Uttam Biswas

(kustia, Bangladesh)

Ode To Woman


The whole world
Would have lost it's value
If there were no woman,
On woman greatly depends
The failure and success of man.

Woman- only for you
With fresh air on earth
We fill up our lung,
Woman it is you
For which on earth
We speak our mother tongue.

Woman- you are great
For you feed us
Even being so hungry,
Woman you are great
For in our mistakes
You barely get angry.

Woman for you
On earth exists
The most lovely love,
Without you reigned hatred
Here life would be so tuff.

Woman you are the most beautiful
And symbol of all beauties,
Your endeavor inspires us
In completing all duties.

Oppressed you were woman
Oppressed you still are,
Let me just hope in future
All odds against you
Will be clear.

Submitted: Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Edited: Friday, January 06, 2012
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