Sudha Misra

Rookie (15 Aug 92 / Ahmedabad)

Save The Girl Child - Poem by Sudha Misra

Save the girl child-SAVERA
My Little Nobody, My Little nobody
You are a great parody
I saw your mother crying
And heard your father dying
For I can feel your pain
But still in vain
Tonight in the face of dawn
Long before you are born
Before you can become a pearl
They will kill you, kill you
For just being an innocent Girl.
Still our life is just a caricature
Mixed of poison and anger
And not of honey and nectar
For I pray in church
Beside the dead old birch
May you be saved from” Horror Caved”
Scissors like tanks Of doctors of Ranks
Hippocrates of world
May forgive you, you a girl.
My most precious gem
I understand you as anybody
But still is it fair to forget my ally
For I will creep beneath every instant
And save you from any catastrophe
May not be dearth of bereavement
Even if you are not my relation
Still you and I are the combination
My little nobody, My little nobody
I know people are going to scorn
But before this dawn –I PROMISE
I would save you this time
Not for me or for you
But it’s a secret that there are a lot like you
The day when you will become a bride
Everyone will praise you that day.
My little nobody, my little nobody
A long after my death
You will be alive to tell my mission
That you are a no stranger
To tell a saga to somebody
The tale of-The account of nobody..

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 5, 2009

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