Honour To Women On Women’s Day - Poem by Kumarmani Mahakul
A lovely child is
Either a girl or a boy,
The girl becomes virgin
Then she grows into woman in coy.
She becomes humane mother
She is gifted by Nature,
She is not only a mother
But also she is creator does nurture.
Women are the embodiments of
Love, peace and care,
A sweet hearted woman smiles
Always she does fetch dare.
A woman brings up child
And sometimes she dandles,
Child feels safety in mother’s lap
On her back she or he dangles.
One can’t measure the depth of
Love and patience of a woman’
Her heart is full of kindness and emotion
For shake off other’s sadness she tolerates pain.
Women sustain the families’ burden
They have mettle, maxim, and mercy,
They are custodians, rulers and feeders
They are indomitable spirits and know curtsy.
International Women’s Day is celebrated
On eighth March every year,
Honours and awards are given to them
They are meritorious and dear.
Some women are great and honourable
And are burning examples in country,
Mother Theresa is one of them
Let’s offer her tribute in every entry.
Women are our sisters, mothers, rulers
Teachers, doctors and companions,
We must honour them, serve them
And save from maze and adverse opinions.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
Coy – shy, bashful
Humane – benevolent
Mettle – quality or strength of character
Maxim – general truth or rule of conduct express briefly (e.g.-waste not, want not)
Indomitable – unyielding/unconquerable
Maze – labyrinth
Dare - challenge
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