Power of a Woman, a poem by Vandana Sudheesh at Spillwords.com
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Power Of A Woman

Power of a Woman

written by: Vandana Sudheesh


A woman she cried, a woman she wailed
The picture many drew in their suffocated minds that derailed

The power she inherited the power she treasured
A humble truth many veiled under the scars they earned

From black and white to rainbow feathers her smile shined
The birds, the nature in whole with their heads bowed

Many see her as a meal to quench their hungry dreams
Remember she will shatter rather than shake with her screams

Four walls once occupied her body and beauty
By now she left through the door of self respect and duty

Her eyes sharper, words stronger, her feet igniting fire
Like an epitome of power, she demolished the heart of a liar

Any profession, she engraved her victory with massive tolerance
Her home, huge burdens she turned down with a mighty balance

Alone she fights, alone she raises, alone she earns
Never demanded any accolades but some love and freedom of expression she loves

Still, she swings to capture her dreams with vital signs to nurture
Proud one should be, for she is playing her role further

Never heard the tick tock of the clock for she did things without a barrier
Even time withdrew by shameful convictions of a stranger.

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