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My Take

I am a girl

A mother’s tear,

a father’s life,

A family’s pride, a friend's whim.

I am all I can and

you can’t be, My

inner-self is what

no one can see.

I would be a mother,

I am a child, I am

a sister, I would

be a wife.

All is in me and

I am all,

I am the rise, I am

the fall. In someone’s heart, In

someone’s eyes, In someone’s

question, in

someone’s life. I am

gentle, I am tough.

Sometimes a darling, sometimes rough.

I flow through tears, I am the smile sweetest.

I am someone’s strength, I am the one who is the weakest.

I care and I forget. I hate and I melt.

Yes I am a girl. I

know my limits and

I am carefree.

I live every second and

I die every minute,

I am the

unsolved mystery.

I live in the world which in turn lives in me.

I am who’s your

beginning and I am

who’s your end.

Nidhi Jha
XII, Commerce
St Joseph’s Convent High School

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