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Stop Not These Tears…

Rating: 4.9

do we have the right
to be called human
just because we know
how to conceal our nudity?

do we have the right
to be called human
just because we can
translate our gibberish
thoughts into meaningful(?) words?

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Deep Paul 31 March 2018

Really thought provoking.Good Work.

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Very Pathetic situation Indira garu! All language movies made 'love' sacred and it has become worse than HIV virus and spreading all over the world. Moving poem. Thanks.

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It depicts the present society in its true colours.It is not love but it is lunacy.A highly thought provoking poem

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Kim Barney 23 March 2015

Whoa! Such behavior cannot be tolerated! I hope they sentenced him to be chopped up into little pieces.

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Stephan O''Rielly 23 June 2014

As the infant learns every nuance and inflection in the spoken dialect of their parents, so too do they learn the cultural behaviours, to perfection, and it becomes their reality. in one land of peoples, nude beaches are the norm, in another, the woman is entirely covered except for slits for the eyes, and if a man so much as sees a bare arm, he is deeply affected. In some land, a woman who marrys against her fathers wishes, is subject to stoning. Once, in California, road rage was all the rage. It is like the birds, who when one of them discovered how to peck the coverings off of milk jars delivered to homes, it caught on like wildfire amongst the other birds. And so the rejected male, has learned this behavior to release his pain of rejection. Who is to blame? Has society been altered, where the tradition of parental involvement in finding matches has been abandoned, to leave the youth to their own resources in finding a partner? It is easy to express outrage, but a solution may need some study of uncomfortable details.

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How pathetic. I see that this is poet's burden. One cannot carry it long one must let it out. Society must learn how to live peacefully.

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wow... i don't know why but i think that i want to cry... nice write

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Pradyumna Jyotir 02 February 2010

M'am i can understand your rage...your anger....even i feel the same...Please read 'For Ruchika' and 'vow of Silence'

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Dr. Ratan Bhattacharjee 02 February 2010

You have given voice to silent anger of the society. Your anger will inspire a good many of your readers. You may read two poems of mine on Haiti. Loved to read more of your poems.

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Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal 30 December 2009

no longer can i stand witness to a young girl’s body axed and shredded to innumerable pieces...........ya it is scene of the day in all the parts of country.....we have no rights.... simply beautiful......10 readmine...molestation bid.............cry not..............fine without you

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