Uma Ram


Femininity Unbound - Poem by Uma Ram

Sweet little springs
From mother’s womb;
Innocent and placid,
Bright with twinkles,
And cheerful smiles,
With enthusiastic vitality;
Nurtured to serve,
Starting their journey
Into the course,
With hallucinations-
Of beds of red red
Velvet roses;
Only to get
Struck against
Intensely sharp stones;
Of gruesome nature,
Tearing them
Into ripples,
Attracted by the
False depth of love
Getting swirled in whirlpools;
Taking turns along
The paths paved by
The dictating hardened rocks;
Stamped down in falls,
Restricted by dams,
Still serving their purpose,
And alas-
Murdered by plunging
Into seas,
Yet not loosing
Their femininity
Of versatile beauty,
Dissolving into the
Salinity of race’s tears,
Loosing their inborn sweetness,
In the mighty oceans
Baptizing themselves
For salvation! ! !

Topic(s) of this poem: feminism, love, love and life, nature, rivers, sad love, water, woman


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 2, 2015

Poem Edited: Thursday, April 2, 2015


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