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Monday, May 7, 2012

WOMEN DIVINE




We open our eyes and see the first sight
     It is none other than a woman divine
The look of kindness and love we seek
   Take pleasures for granted is just mean
As we grow older, she takes many a role
   A doll, a sister, and a companion for lifetime
With great compassion, love n affection
   She brings happiness n joy untold each time
Yet most men folk are creatures most unkind
   Gain the love and lust her amorous contours
To dump later as mere objects of another kind
   Instead of thanking almighty for this best creation
They seek male progeny as if they are salvation
  Little most realize how much humanity looses each time  

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76 comments:

  1. ""as if they are salvation"" very well said!

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    1. A huge thanks, Sujatha for having liked:)

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  2. :) Thanks from all we women folk.
    Very beautiful written a message for society.
    Good Work Rahul Sir keep them coming!

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    1. A big thanks Ramya for those beautiful words.I will endeavor to write better:)

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  3. Very well written. There should always be a balance, for one cannot survive without the other.

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    1. Very true Rama, that life is incomplete without men but it is just to sensitize and understand to value women!

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  4. Wonderful thought, this reads to me like a poetic version of yesterday's episode of Satyamev Jayate by Aamir khan, so beautifully you have wrapped it all in your heartfelt words - kudos :)

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    1. A profound thanks, Arti for those very kind words! I missed watching the episode of Aamir Khan and this poem was written two days before the telecast:)

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  5. The poem bought a smile. Thank you Rahulji for the heartfelt appreciation.

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    1. A huge thanks Jenny for liking the poem! The poem could convey a little of what I wanted to tell:)

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    1. Thanks a lot Francesca to be there to read and like:)

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  7. "Yai huee na baat"'
    Nice post.
    I still remember when I asked my class fellow's sister whether she watch curtain movie the classfellow said " girls have nothing to do with entertainment"
    Thanks for realizing man folk the importance of their counter parts.

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    1. Arooj, I am happy that I could convey the gratitude to almighty to a little extent through this poem!

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  8. Seeing that Mother's Day is this weekend, I think this is there perfect ode to women. Reading it, it made me so proud to be one. Thank you for handling the subject with such gentleness and grace that it deserves. And I appreciate that even though you are male, you shone a light upon the sometimes contemptible nature of men and how they view women. Well said!

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    1. Sam, a winner comment and for me this was a small way to thank all the women of the world for what most selflessly do to make our lives so good:)

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  9. Being a woman is such a wonderful thing. Lovely sentiments Rahul.

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    1. Blessed you are Agnes to be born as a woman to add color to this world!

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  10. SUch a lovely poem Rahul - yws, women make the world go round ;) Have a nice day!

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    1. A huge thanks Martina for those very kind words!

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  11. Oh my goodness this is amazing!! You have done such a great job ...and what a timely piece with Mother's Day coming up soon.

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    1. Thank you Anjuli to be always there with those kind words! I did not realize that Mother's Day is round the corner:)

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  12. Beautiful message for society

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    1. A small bit I can do to thank for the small blessings I have enjoyed:)Thanks a lot, Seema!

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  13. A wonderful message for women everywhere, especially mothers!

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    1. They deserve all the gratitude, Lady Fi

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  14. Very well said.
    www.thoughtsofpaps.com

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  15. A very beautiful ode to the women!
    Hope the men out there realize this too and the barbaric acts against women come to an end!

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    1. Thanks a lot Shilpa!I hope that at least the new generation will take a lead to make this a better world!

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  16. Too good! I loved the last but one line. Keep up!

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    1. Thanks Insignia for those encouraging words:)

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  17. indeed sir .. the world would be horrible without women ..
    a beautiful poem loved it

    Bikram's

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    1. Thanks Bikram and am happy that you feel the same way:)

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  18. So wonderful, Rahul! Thanks for the tribute to all us women out here.

    Aloha! --Cheryl

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    1. A huge thanks Cheryl! A small way I could convey my appreciation to fairer sex:)

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  19. Yes..it's time women realized their own worth!

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    1. True, Purba at those those who are in a position to assert, must do so each time:)

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  20. It is a lovely tribute to women, very beautiful words you chose. I would love to see a version from you for men of this world too, for,they are the other side of the coin :-)

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    1. A big thanks, Padmaja! I wish I could find most of the similar assets in us men folk to write about:)

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  21. U have written it so beautifully...thanks for writing this Rahul ji!

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    1. A big thanks , Ria for that very kind comment! Hope you had a lovely time in Belfast:)

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  22. love the sentiment behind the words , made me feel imp thanx fr sharing rahul








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    1. Every woman is important, Alka and it is unfortunate that they do not get the place they truly deserve:)

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  23. You said it Rahul. It is also women who desire a male progeny -- both the mother and the mother-in-law!

    Have you heard the song 'aurat ne janam diya mardon ko' from the film Dharamputra?

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    1. Zephyr, as long as the mother or MIL desire without interfering with the natural process it is fine but to play around with nature is criminal!I have heard that song many times in my early years:) Thanks a lot for your nice comment!

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  24. So many sweet words every man should take always in mind!

    Alessia

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    1. Thanks, agree that we should keep these words in mind:0

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  25. Beautifully penned, Rahul! Very thought provoking, and you conveyed so many truths in such few words. Kudos!

    http://rachnaparmar.com

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    1. A big thanks Rachna for those kind comments!Hope you had a nice break and await a post on your holidays:)

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  26. Beautiful...
    Apt for Mother's Day right around the corner :)

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  27. Thanks, Priyanka for liking:) Good to see you again after a while!

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  28. Very Lovely.. Thanks you for such a wonderful creation on women :)

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  29. Welcome to my blog, Sonia! A very big thanks for liking as well as following my blog:) You made my day!

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  30. That is a sweet post. Not all men are unkind. In fact many women tend to be more unkind than men. It is only that men become violent that leads to injuries and fatalities. Thanks for the post!

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    1. Thanks a lot, Bhavana to have taken time off to read so many posts:) Agree sometimes women themselves are the worst enemies of another woman:(

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  31. Very timely, as Mother's Day is nearly here in the US. Thanks for sharing. :)

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    1. A big thanks Karen for having liked! What a coincidence this is written just before the Mother Day!

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  32. Seriously, humanity looses so much each time. Message conveyed in a beautiful verse.

    www.sarusinghal.com

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    1. Thanks a lot Saru, for liking the sentiment behind this poem:)Congratulations, for being a proud owner of your personal website!

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  33. Wish the message would get through, the female form is worshipped as goddesses and the human version sullied and treated as inferior.
    Lovely words that strike a chord.

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    1. Welcome Rek, to my blog!Females were always held in high esteem, but unfortunately mean people have demeaned their position:(Thanks for liking!

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  34. That was beautiful! You have such a way with words!

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  35. Welcome to my blog, Smitha! A big thanks for all those generous words:) You have a fine blog too..

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  36. Wonderful!
    beautifully penned :-)

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  37. Welcome to my blog! Thanks a lot, Uma for having liked:)

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  38. I love this, such beautiful words

    Marz
    www.sparkmarz.com

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  39. Very beautiful poem on women...Thanks for sharing Rahulji :)

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  40. Very Beautifully wriiten Rahul Ji. :-) It places A Woman in very high regards. First of all a Big Thank You from all of us :-) , I really wish people read a more about this, on how to treat Women. Wonderful :-)

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  41. A huge thanks Ashwini, for those very kind words! It is certainly a blessing that we came into this world because of a woman and the least we can do is thank our creator and our sustainer in future years:)

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  42. wow what a poetry for the role of woman! :) superb! thanks for writing in a wonderful way! :)

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    1. I am happy you liked the poem, Sowmya:) Thanks a lot for those nice words!

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