It Was Never Her Wish
The word attributed to every 21st-century woman
Who has the gait and strength
To foot her bills and be her security
A strong desire to be a gentleman, and his ladyship
All in one linen.
The single name, which is so simple yet everything
To the young girl trying to extricate herself from the social cycles
Through a unison decision,
Made and sang across all nations
By the tired, dethroned, slammed, and trampled voices
To be a man or die trying.
It is not that she wanted this from the start
Her aim was not to make you lack meaning in her life
It was to free herself.
Your oppressive rule made her want to taste the power
And your lax demeanor today, makes her enjoy it
Not her fault.
Now you use the word to taunt her
Blame her because hers, has been the role of taking the blame
But you turned her.
It is not that she no longer wants,
To respect you, help and watch you hold high your ego
It is the era.
And your long-standing character
That consistently wishes to keep her grounded, forever oppressed
She remains wary of.
Changing whom she has now become
Requires a lot of effort and time from you, not to win her over
To make her trust.
Not in your ability to provide, give her all her materialistic desires
But in the assurance that she is safe from torture, oppression, and abuse
That is all.