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Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal

Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India
Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal
Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India
Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Woman's Womb Comments

Rating: 4.9
Why woman is forced upon to bear a child?
Is it because she is so gracious and mild?
Is that whole universe is so proud of her stature?
Is she paramount factor that she cares not for her future?

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Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal
COMMENTS
Santosh Sharma 15 July 2011
Mehta Ji, the words are falling short, but the way you have honoured the woman it is the right place, whether, mother, sister, wife or daughter, their place and love is un forgetable. every one should take a lesson from this write - I rank it perfectly -10
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Sachin Goswami 19 February 2011
How much dishonor she retains to face the world? How much disregard we may with attitude so cold?
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kunjubi Varghese 30 November 2010
'Mother in all forms are adorable and needs proper care No one should violate her modesty or simply dare Birth place for all mankind till the world lasts Performing bad acts under the disguise or mast.'. Very often we forget that our mother is also a woman. While thinking about a woman let the image of mother come in the heart. Well written thesis of womanhood.. Thanks for sharing..
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Zafar Tahir 24 March 2010
Hasmukh gee adab: Same blood same thinking: Fist lesson we were tought was; there is heaven under the feet of mother: That is start and end of this worthy state of our being.
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Allemagne Roßmann 04 February 2010
A woman's womb is her only strength to claim universal womanhood first-that they are creators of men and not men.Men are only catalysts meant to be for the making of a woman.Nothing more.
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Aisha Iqbal 01 February 2010
Amazinggg thinkiinnn... well writtennn... i love how you express you thoughtz in poetic way.... :) jus Amazinnnggg :)
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Fay Slimm 31 January 2010
Woman and the womb which bears the race who inhabit this planet deserve every line in this careful tribute which outlines the immensity of the task. Thank you friend.
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Rajaram Ramachandran 30 January 2010
Even God had to take birth through a mother's womb, like Lord Krishna. It is a gift of God that a woman has to bear the child. The Mother is the greatest among all the creations, mankind, animals, birds or any other creatures in the world. A good write.
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Almedia Knight-Oliver 28 January 2010
great honor to a Woman's womb, Hasmukh. Just as mother earth gives life to all forms and keep all forms in balance...without complaints. Women give life to human with love...just as mother earth give life to all forms but is often violated and or mistreated, like women. The creation story has placed man as the dominant power over all life form so, not until the present 'male' god is replaced or presented genderless, there will be little or no respect for the womb of mother earth or the womb of women. Nevertheless, mothers, lovers, and wives love our men just the same because we are the givers of life.
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Ridha Abdellaoui 28 January 2010
Hello Hasmukh! I was surprised to see that you have about (439) poems. That means you are a proliferous poet. Frankly, I am not able to read all of them at the moment. I just start with 'Woman's womb'. In its theme it is well chosen for 'Woman is half a society' as we say in Tunisia. Here I would like to comment upon both the 'good' and the 'bad' points of your poem. First it is good to start your poem with the four opening questions: 'Why woman is forced upon to bear a child? ' 'Is it because she is so gracious and mild? ' 'Is that whole universe is so proud of her stature? ' 'Is she paramount factor that she cares not for her future? ' That is great to draw the attention of the Reader / Listener to your problematicity that will be solved throughout the intervening verses but please pay attention to the grammaticality of: 'Why woman is forced upon to bear a child? ' Please pay attention to the inversion rule in questioning. Many poets mis-interpret the poetic license which is another matter. In general your poem is of great value but there is the problem of 'Directness'. In poetry one should avoid that otherwise his / her 'poem' will lose its essence. Example: 'No one should violate her modesty or simply dare' That looks like a legal order: 'No driver should park here or dare' You see there is no difference between your verse and this prohibition sign! There are many other verses that should be re-formulated. Finally, this is but an opinion with all my respect and encouragement.
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Nick Jordan 23 January 2010
Very well written,10, I enjoy reading your poems
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Indira Renganathan 23 January 2010
Hasmukh, you are the best son of the Goddess of genesis....endless times I bow to you....with lots of thanks lots of 10s
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Antonio Liao 21 January 2010
a grandeur womb of every woman.....as the pleasure assure in every coitus, then life would be very special....without such feeling womb will be nothing to stay...for a woman womb, man can't fathom His greatness..... Cheer up dear poet my bow of happiness be with you. God bless.... a Star and 10 +++++
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Lady Grace 20 January 2010
this is related to womanhood...this poem has a deep meaning..so nice and so beautifulll...
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