Pooja Sanandia


HER IMPORTANCE


MEN forgot importance of someone
Someone who provides space of platform
Power to handle any load
Someone who is fighter of washing machine
Churns and remove dirt from every corner
Someone who is mixer of pressure cooker
Adds ingredients in proportions of demand
Someone who has ideal body of spoon
Fits in every situation, resolve every problems
In small bottle or large containers
Someone who is cleaner of dishes
Remove the remains of waste from everyone’s life
Someone who is a master of every task
Superstar of every chore
Big name of house
She is our mother, our sister, any girl….
Men forgot their importance!

Submitted: Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 31, 2013

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