The world has grown around her womb,
The beginning of all beginnings, the onus of creation upon whom.
While it is her whose life slowly ebbs away,
At the hands of the manics and the fools.
Her hands chained, mind refrained,
Tongue tied and body veiled.
Lies be sold, this is your world behold!
Here your prejudices are yours only, but your pride is collectively owned,
Of the family you are born in, and the family of your future,
And the society that allows you to breathe any further.
So don’t you dare, this is a world prepared
By some to define your modesty and others to violate it beyond repair.
Caught between the two, ever so stretched thin,
Striving for approvals when discontent is where you are stuck in.
Rather learn to live in this moratorium of rules,
That pays no heed to your desires, your esteem, your needs or your moods.
Your life has never been yours, a conjugation of time tested judgements,
A world build around everyone’s opinions and your very own helplessness.