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Lore of Womanhood

March 25, 2016 | By

Sana Mohammed’s poetry on womanhood as part of Rhythm Divine’s collaboration with 6th Woman Scream International Art and Poetry Festival 2016.

Painting by Sufia Khatoon

I lay beneath a mango tree

Impregnating the sprightly wood

With lore of womanhood.

If you have to stand upright

With fruits make forest a blest sight.

Have you not heard those songbirds?

Such are the notes of barrenness.

They often sing of ignorance

With hearts laden with rue

What more could they add to social cue.

Gaily in the heat of May

Beneath the shade of a zesty tree

To a place I let dreams take me

Where gentle winds of prospect blow

Even where desolate wild flowers grow.

This poem and painting is a creative collaboration between the poet Sana Mohammed and the artist Sufia Khatoon as part of the 6th Woman Scream International Art and Poetry Festival 2016, the Kolkata chapter of which is being held on March 26.

Read more poems as part of the Art and Verses: Rhythm Divine Collaborates with Woman Scream 2016

Rhythm Divine and Learning and Creativity

Rhythm Divine Poets in association with Art Fair celebrates the strength of woman on the occasion of woman’s month in March by promoting art and poetry festival in the city of Kolkata. To raise voice against violence on woman is the mutual goal. These associations will lead to Rhythm Divine  coordinating Kolkata chapter of the global event called Woman Scream International Poetry and Art Festival on 26th March by Women Poets International
Movement (Mujeres Poetas Internacional MPI) from the Dominican Republic, and coordinated by Jael Uribe, MPI’s President.

The Kolkata chapter is  co-sponsored by Incredible Women of India, Manya Education Pvt Limited and The Princeton Review hosted by the Berlia family in Kolkata.

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SIBCO Overseas Pvt Ltd and Admakers

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Incredible Woman of India and
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Ahava Communications

 

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Sana Tamreen Mohammed, M.A., B.Ed resides in Kolkata, India. She won The First Monsoon Haiku Competition, Kolkata. Presently, she works as a teacher when not working on her manuscript. She was featured in a radio show. Her poems were published in various online literary magazines and translated into four different languages.
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