A Peaceful Death - At Least
A Peaceful Death - At Least1 min 361 1 min 361
I shattered the walls of traditions
To gift myself new aspirations
Never did I choose Slavery over Liberation
Hard indeed, it was, to overcome that excruciation.
A corpse, I saw, in the mirror
The vices of society were clear
Rose as a Phoenix with courage sheer
For the world, I was a creature mere.
The bruises and scars went away
Yet, I never bowed down, to their dismay
"A woman am I, ought to be slayed ?"
I wont ever give up, Never say Nay.
They gashed and tore me apart
Burnt me before I slept on death cart
Justice laid mingled with their clart
Had enough on my soul of their tart.
Heaven embraced me at her door
"You had enough, My Child", No more !
Heaven's heart grew sore
She promised to even the score.
A mother's womb today quivers
A girl, when she has to deliver
A peaceful death, if not life
Is it all what a girl today strives ?