#She(Microtale #4)


She is independent.

She is capable.

She can take on the world single-handedly.

She does not need him.

There needn’t be a second thought. Yet the confusion seems valid. She wants her children to have a better and secure future. And she knows this gets better with the presence of a father in their lives. It is only because of her children she compromises. While she can still fight back, she chooses to endure. Such, is a mother.


8 thoughts on “#She(Microtale #4)

    1. Thank you Raina. 🙂 I consider poetry to be the highest degree of literature excellence. And I do not consider myself genius enough to be able to critique on a poem written by someone as good as you. 😉 But I will share what I think about it. 🙂 ‘Floating’ over to your post right now… 😉

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