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Me And You

Me And You

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This world is stereotyped,

It bombards me with questions when I sneak out late at night.

Ali is pierced with eyes when he decides to go to the church after his daily ritual rites,

But he is only 15.


Meera falls for Ali and Rehman craves for Sarah,

But the dominance of religion,

Cremates the petition of love.


You,

And ME,

ME,

And YOU,

WE,

Together stereotype.


Oh! Why is wearing her skirt so high?

A girl can never drive,

Why are you crying like a girl? You are supposed to be 'brave' little boy.

A girl can never get married past 29,

But don't YOU,

and I,

I,

And YOU,

Don't WE,

Have our own choices,

And yet we stereotype.


A girl loves barbies,

And a boy adores football.

She will be a housewife

And he a business tycon.

Because boys do not like pink,

And girls hate the blues,

How did you have a clue?

Your distorted perspective

Suppresses their unclogged understanding;

Because YOU,

And I,

ME

And YOU,

WE,

Together we stereotyped.




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