The beach was lively, but her soul was dead,
As she walked on the sand, hearing words unsaid,
With tears unshed , on the path untread,
‘Coz she was a woman who was unwed !
She struggled her way, through the icy cold wind,
She dint mind, it piercing her rind,
As much as, the boneless tongues did,
‘Coz she was a woman with no kid !
Twas the month, of Joy and Jingle,
Lights and stars, brought a tingle,
But she was alone, no one would mingle,
‘Coz she was a mother who was single !
It’s her life, she chose to dare,
But the world , would just not bear,
The glare and stare, too much I swear,
Life for a woman, is so unfair !
Let her live, set her free,
Don’t ever judge, or make her guilty,
‘Coz You don’t know
What it takes a Woman to be !