Sindhi Woman Poem by Jon Stallworthy Summary
Sindhi Woman Poem Summary
A Sindhi woman is going through the bazaar bare footed. She is walking with a beautiful gait and a peculiar rhythm is felt in her graceful movement. Her body swings harmonically and her dress flutters beautifully. She is carrying a stone jar on her head. She walks as smoothly as the wave of a stream.
Though her path is littered with stones, garbage, pieces of bread and broken glass, yet she is walking unbent and straight. This is the scene of a Karachi slum. The poet looks at his own bent body and understands that only those who bear the burden of life and go through the hardships of life remain straight and strong.
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