I am a woman, I should be timid – they say. I am a human, I know no limit – I say.
My existence is not meant for your judgment, Crushing me is not a sign of your triumphant.
My love for you has always been abundant, Why am I the one to make all the adjustments?
Look into my eyes, you’ll see a twinkle, Savaging it is so sinful.
My demand for freedom makes you reluctant, Clothed in societal norms, I have to bear its repercussions.
How are the governing laws so different for both? What makes you so nervous of my growth?
Why do I have to fight for what is my right? Why do you enjoy my plight?
Being submissive is declared my attire, No one hears what my heart desires.
I am not the one to dance on your note, I am a volcano that erupts on my own.
I don’t demand anything extraordinary, All I seek is equality.
Equality to Breathe without fear, Equality to be safe my dear!