It matters What I think

My niece,  10 Standard student, participated in ‘On the spot’ competition held at school and her poem was a prize winner and got published in school magazine also.

As it was not planned, so definitely the spontaneous expressed views were from the sub-conscious.

When I read it, what struck me was the change in thought process. It is a voice aganist gender bias and a demand for equality. This is an indicator of better future for  women and a progressive society. When the questions are raised aganist injustice the future is definitely in safe hands.

The peom by Yashika Prabhakar

 

 

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