Gareth Bryant vs. Annam Choudhry:
Dueling it out.
Every month I’ll be conducting a Poetic-Challenge, challenging various poets, whom I personally know/interact with, just for the sake of sharpening/improving my own poetry, general-goodwill, respect for my fellow “Brethren of the Paper & Pen”, and to just see who from among us has the best “Poetry-Skillz”…Every month, I’ll be picking a brand-new Poetic-Challenger, via Facebook/Twitter, to compete with. This month, it’s Annam Choudhry. Next month, it could very well be anyone of you. So, just be prepared, with some fresh-rhymes.
Mother are like no Others:
She carried you inside her womb…
…Inside them, we grew to bloom.
In Arabic, Womb means Protection…
…From disease, as well as infection.
We were evolved, developed inside her, for 9-months…
…Though we occupied her space, she didn’t care much.
That’s how much she really loved you…
…The mark of commitment that’s true.
When we came into the Mundane, they…
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