AC (6th August,1945 / Melbourne, Australia)

No More Discrimination

I am your ever familiar figure
Either your mother or sister
Daughter or partner
I give birth you
You call me mother
In the womb I bear your embryo
You call me spouse
Baby comes
Calls you dad and me mom
This baby is our daughter or son
We two play roles almost equal
One male and another female
You can do it
I can do that
So no more discrimination
We are going to face again,
We need bear
We need share
As we live together
We are partners each other.

Copyright © Muzahidul Reza | 08/09/2017

by Muzahidul Reza

Comments (8)

I wasn't there, but it sounds good...
You've captured that perfect moment for the reader so that it comes alive. Thank you! Esther : ]
Alison you are steppping the stage with a passing cloud slowly and the dance theatre opens to the audience very proudly.
This poem just flows through my mind Alison, greatly expressed. xox
Allie...you've artistically imaged a vivid Stage of Rhapsody with succinct detail... Not an easy feat, yet one you have apparently learned to master quiite well.Solid Piece, Allie...You Rock! ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''fjr
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