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Women’s Day

Women’s Day

written by: Dr. K. K. Matthew

 

The cream of life that asks for rights of people
Fall into equality of gender that sustains rights
Of women, who are to suffer a lot, childbearing,
Household work, the burden of profession and
Educating children at home, all these put their
Life very tiresome, they face insecurities for the
Safety, they face persecution and even sexual
Assault, they are weakened unless they get the
Support from behind to face anything adverse
In public life, their safety from Covid19 is to be
Reassured, everything to be done to lift them
Up, on a par with men; 8th March set apart as
Women’s day, an awareness, moreover to see
Every effort done to strengthen their hands to
Address the defects that may weaken their rights.

Dr. K. K. Mathew

Dr. K. K. Mathew

Dr. K. K. Mathew is a renowned physician, medical scientist, and English poet of repute from India. He is a reputed philosopher and noted novelist in Malayalam. He has published many original clinical observations in national medical journals and were quoted in reputed international medical journals. Some of them are the first of their kind in medical science. Dr. Mathew has written and published 51 books, of which 32 are poetry books in English. International Higher Academic Council of English Literature conferred Dr. Mathew with the global genius award "Living Legend of The 21st Century" on 8th of May 2019. The international poetry group in the U.S. 'The River of Poetry' awarded Dr. Mathew with the title "The Champion of The World". Dr. Mathew is one of the prize winners of the prestigious Naji Naaman Literary Prizes 2021.
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