Ravi Varma’s Orchestra

Ravi Varmas Orchestra short poem

Photo by Valerie Everett

A beautiful portrait of lovely ladies
hangs in front of me in my workplace
gazing at them I often wonder- –
Where, where have we come from
being them? ?

Bejewelled, bedecked, beautified
– -an epitome of adornment
coy, silent.demure.humble
Hope reflecting in their eyes
urging for acceptance
yearning for appreciation

Ah! ! Today’s woman!
bold attentive well versed
dauntless in her approach
steel in her resolve

working forward in sync
with consort
shouldering onus equally with grace

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