gajanan mishra

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Woman-life savor


Woman.
Who are you?
No sooner I see you
I die, some say.
You are the world
That I know
And in this world
Where is I,
That I am
Not able to know.
Woman,
Some say you are
Dangerous than
Poisonous snake.
They argue
To think about a woman
Is just going towards death.
But how can I agree?
I know from a woman
I have taken birth,
Only because of a woman
I am living.
Some say for some selfish end
Woman loves man
Woman is falsehood
Woman knows not
What is love.
I am not inclined
To agree with this.
I know it is woman
And only woman who is
Giving me nectar
And woman is the life-savor.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Topic(s): woman


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