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Celebrate HER - International Women's Day

Ram Di Mitr means the lover of the creator. In the love of the creator and the creation, I share simple humble wisdoms experienced.

Keep walking girl, you are amazing.

Keep walking girl, you are amazing.

Shine Bright like a Diamond Girl

Women rising against all odds

A century that marks and respects her presence

What a wonderful time to live in

As I celebrate me in her


The vessel given to me

To carry a torch for many before me

Blessed I am to ever see

A generation that celebrates her and her mother


I wake up to this beautiful time in centuries

Where I am able to celebrate her

With no guilt, no shame, no limitations

Proud I am to be in a vessel of her


She went through trials and tribulations

She was reduced to a piece of sand

She was beaten, abused and simply reduced

For many feared the power in her


She carried scars of past

Unconsciously she blames

Many before her did not survive

Many died in the name of shame


Quietly in the corner of any space

Silently she prays

For there to come a century

Where her daughters will not be a prey


She is the sunlight and the moonlight

She takes the heat without a feat

She reflects and still takes the guilt

A bruised soul continues to heal


What a day to celebrate

What a time in centuries

For as long as I remember

This day took forever


I sense true happiness in the air

For every woman that have bear

So much hope for her existence

Truly won in her persistence

Comments

Ram Di Mitr (author) from Malaysia on March 08, 2019:

Thanks Lorna. Happy Women's day to you!

Lorna Lamon on March 08, 2019:

Wonderful uplifting poem which means so much to all of us.

Ram Di Mitr (author) from Malaysia on March 08, 2019:

Thanks Farrah. It's such a privilege to be a woman. Lets celebrate and raise the spirit of every woman that we meet.

Farrah Young from Lagos, Nigeria on March 08, 2019:

This is a beautiful poem, Ram Di Mitri, makes me remember why I'm glad to be a woman.

I woke up today, turned to Google and saw signs of the search engine celebrating women.