You Cannot Drink - Poem by Gajanan Mishra
You can see
But you cannot drink
All water anywhere,
You can drink some though,
You can take bath in,
You can use some water
For washing dirty things.
So also one woman
Can be your wife,
can be your sister,
Yet another can be your mother.
Though woman, you cannot
Call your mother or sister as wife.
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