Was I born so tainted?
That you left me Maa, even before we could get acquainted?
As I lay struggling in the abandoned bush,
All you needed was just a little push,
A push to make you fight the devious biased world,
If only, you did that, like a flower my life would have unfurled.
You left me at the mercy of the stray hounds,
But fear was not something that made my heart pound.
The hunger scarred me more than their bites,
If only, you had the courage to hold onto me, more tight.
But, the almighty had plans to save me from all the unworthy clutches,
I can assure you Maa, I don’t need your sinful touches.
You left me cause I was born as a girl,
I pity you all, for losing such a magnificent pearl.