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Ananya Mishra

Drama


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Ananya Mishra

Drama


Stereotype

Stereotype

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As the beautiful facade of my face falls

At night everyday at your house

My mind clicks

and eyes blink

As I see the vulnerable girl in front of me

And not the headstrong feminist


With her confident statute

And nose high in the sky

But can you blame her?

It's our society that's cruel

Treating girls like a taboo

And boys like a star

Making me think

How wrong we are to think

That every pretty face is as dumb as a jar

And every boy as strong as an iron bar


So at night, I think

It's easier to love than to be loved

by others

And lay next to the broken girl

Cradling her like a porcelain doll she is

And not the headstrong feminist



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