Article, Campaign, Poetry

Woman Of Pain

Here is an extract from the poem, ' What are big girls made of' by Marge Piercy. "How superior we are now: see the modern woman thin as a blade of scissors. She runs on a treadmill every morning, fits herself into machines of weights and pulleys to heave and grunt, an image in her… Continue reading Woman Of Pain

Article, Campaign

Feminism: Empowering Men

Yes. Yes you heard it right. There isn't any typing error. The title says "Empowering Men". Well, How does Feminism empower men? Do men need to get empowered? Oh, wait now. Stop bombarding me with questions. Read on. Two things have being going on together since a very (very) long time. When we talk about… Continue reading Feminism: Empowering Men

Poetry

The nature, A Woman

A poem written by me-- "Mother nature, yes she is A mother, a woman. But oh! What hypocrisy Exists in this world you call her a lady just to mark your control over her. still a strange similarity exists between the both you worship the nature, you worship the woman in idols, in dieties, in… Continue reading The nature, A Woman

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Stereotypes in society and the ignorance that exists

Everytime you feel weak, disheartened Heatbeats quicken, fasten You know you are right amongst all wrong, Hold up yourself, Say it to yourself,....once more Stay strong She woke up cheerily in the morning , awaiting the day, though she knows it is all the same. She searches her wardrobe for that sleeveless dress but then… Continue reading Stereotypes in society and the ignorance that exists

Article

Rescuing the Princess

Let me tell you a sweet tale today. Once upon a time in a far away land ( cliche, huh?), there used to be a beautiful princess who stayed in a grand palace. She was like a tender rose. She had the best manners and was kind hearted (isn't she always?). Everything in her life… Continue reading Rescuing the Princess

Poetry

Moon

And like the moon, With her freckles, her flaws, She had a glow enough to light up the lonely skies. She might not be complete herself, every time. But had a shine enough, To bring a gleam in your eyes And delight in your soul. For that's where the true beauty of the moon lies,… Continue reading Moon

Poetry

Her Unscarred Soul

She looked in the mirror Tears dropped down her face She looked at the photo frame A weak smile, few more tears 'I was beautiful before' She said. Days have crossed since Yet still she can feel the burn Like that of an angry fire. Her nights were full of sweet dreams She used to… Continue reading Her Unscarred Soul

Campaign

IWON: The Campaign

I request you to share this post so that it can reach out to people and many may join the campaign. IWON: Inspiring Women Of the Nations is a online campaign meant to bring out the power in women which they already possess. Through this initiative we want to make our thoughts reach out to… Continue reading IWON: The Campaign

Poetry

Snug in Strength

The light child A month or so Soft as lambs fur Delicate as a cobweb Secure, snug in strong arms The smoothness caressed Against the rough skin Yet, quiet and tranquil There was beauty in the contrast Of maturity and infancy Of strength and fragility Of experience and naivety The sharp defined features Against the… Continue reading Snug in Strength

Article

Sylvia Plath: Poems to feel

I must get my soul back from you; I am killing my flesh without it. - Sylvia Plath It was when the poem, 'Mirror', by Sylvia Plath was read in the class that I discovered the poet. The poem 'Mirror' indulged me too deeply. In me she has drowned a young girl,and in me an… Continue reading Sylvia Plath: Poems to feel