Garima Dixit


Woman I Am... - Poem by Garima Dixit

I took air inside and blew love out…
Every breath encompassed the love & whiff air which survive…
I am all and all am I, Woman I am…I am the sight!
I was embraced even when I was not arrived…
I am the one who circulate the blood in vein of the life….
I smile which last for lives, Woman I am…I am the life!
My marks on sand created history of wise…
Wiser soul survives deep down in my life…
I extended hand even who are not mine, Woman I am… I am the light!
Smooth gesture of my gaze, smitten the world to realize…
I raised the bar every time to raise this world to rise high…
I conquer the breeze which touches heart every night, Woman I am…I am the Guide!
I was prepared with dexterous hand and immaculate the shine…
No spot of blackness, the pure soul which is survived…
I speak the music of soul and listen it every night. Woman I am…I am the Pride!
I was sent to multiply and the whole world too illumine…
Uproar of leading vibes, I collect them all to reach the sky….
I look down and then sprinkle the wine, wine made of love and my life. Woman I am…I am the Bride!
I circle the whole with whole sense, the energy of soul's passes from one hand to end….
The circles energy creates the aura of light, which can make even corpse alive…
I put candle to pray the wise, and blew it off to learn the darkness after light. Woman I am …I am the Earth!
I am Earth, I am the Mother, I am world and I am the creator!
With my smile this universe laugh, I created this universe which is now my son…
I am teacher, I am learner, I am Mentor and I am the Visitor!
With my wish this world survive, I perform to keep you alive…
I dance, I act, I Dream, I weave…I laugh, I am great, God Created me and that's why I can create!


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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 14, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, November 9, 2012


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