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Indian Man and His Woman
by Jayati Gupta
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  Indian man gets his women
The reason for many to be jealous of him.
He worships his mom dotes on his family;
To fetch her medicine, will run alley gully
whenever she's down having an upset belly.
With his first income, the pocket money he earns
Younger or older, his sister he adorns;
Who's still at home waiting for spring;
Her time to come, as and when
she decides, on a new life
with her groom.
The affectionate
gentle responsible
makes all attempts
to know what the woman feels.
The young match in his nuptial clothes
Breathtakingly handsome
Beautiful in white;
Silk dhoti kurta, garland traditional
The charming man irresistible
to shun. Lover, provider, his life's sacrifices unsung;
Understand protect, guide and chide, he can.
Ever his wife a busy ant
He never forgets to lend his hand
or find someone if he can't.
The father, the brother, the partner and son
knows how to give in life, concerned.
The man to all his women
Carrying his burden he toils and earn;
Call him a donkey, a mule, he smiles;
"That's your problem, buddy, not mine."
Symbol iron will; rustic or urban --
Example forging ahead humble
The patient half naked
fakir, the father of a nation assassinated
uttered; "Hay Ram."
The adaptable Indian man, whether
"Amar Akbar Anthony, Rajeev Sajid Sam"
Fit well into the clothes he wears, sweeper or "Bhagwan"
It's but normal, young or old he's unable to escape the envy of the world.
"Brahma Vishnu Shiva-Mahaishwaram," man meditating through his work.

July 13 ,2003
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