Treasure Island

Payal Malhotra


I am a girl child...


Girl, pity girl child I am
So gloomy and sad I am

Like little toy doll I am treated
Always felt insulted and cheated

Men, you take me for a ride
No rules for me, You abide

Am I a mere puppet?
That can dance on the tunes of drums and trumpets

I also have My life
With wishes and fancies to be alive

God bestowed me my life
So let me Please be alive....
Allow me to enjoy my life........

Submitted: Saturday, January 18, 2014
Edited: Saturday, January 18, 2014

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