Hasmukh Amathalal

Gold Star - 466,725 Points (17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

Everywhere Found - Poem by Hasmukh Amathalal

“Women are pawn in the main game”
“They are weakest link and only shame”
“They can’t come even near to the capability”
“They lack the courage and miss the good quality”

Such misconception prevails in the minds of large section
Enough has been done to bring up the females in this direction
They are empowered with all sorts of encouragement
Even worldwide there has been empowerment movement

I have surrendered to the might of ladies
They were in forefront for capturing the sky
Everywhere they have excelled and shown the class
It will be unworthy to make such derogatory pass

Apart from being our true mentor
They are praised and worshipped as our creator
We have taken birth from their sacred refuge
Can any one negate the fact, deny or refuse?

Of course you can no expect them to come to certain level
Yet they are showing their class and doing very well
Even if leave aside their kindness and gentle behavior
They have come off pretty well and acted as savior

No one can claim divinity and holiness as women
They have been considered capable and this is good omen
How long we may keep them in the back seat?
They certainly need attention and well deserved treatment

It is life time dream for a female to rear the child
With little thought of getting hurt makes her wild
They get setback only because of family bond
Otherwise they are number one in any filed and not second

They are dominating force today and not curse
They can come, intelligently participate and converse
What we must try to help in this kind of challenges?
The question now open to us is how best we are able to manage

It will be real curse on us if we totally ignore
Their ability and willingness to do more
There is lot of good changes around
Women are seen everywhere and found

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 23, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 24, 2011

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