Pushmaotee Subrun, MAURITIUS

Exclusive: Best of Women Poetry: Edited by Padmaja Iyengar-Paddy
WOMEN, THE PRIME AVAILABLE LAKE OF TALENT 

In past cultures, women, being autonomous, marvellously
Enjoyed equality, politically, economically, scripturally,
For example, the Cherokee women lived harmoniously, 
As producers, farmers, property owners and warriors.
Currently, in Rwanda, Ethiopia, Slovenia, Namibia,
Oman, New Zealand, France, Malaysia, Romania, Latvia,
India, to name a few, many top posts are held by women.

In developing countries, innovations in childcare provision,
Contraceptives, resulting in planned conception,
Alleviating wood and water collection,
Access to education, mobile banking, saving time and money,
And adopting new technologies successfully,
Families, communities and nations are enriched accordingly,
As the prime available lake of talent, illumines universally.

Women of this millennium dive into their creativity.
Being more intelligent than men emotionally,
Talented, confident, caring, career oriented and ambitious,
Manage all the chores efficiently and strike a fine balance
Between dedicated personal lives and the professional,
Develop a healthy and empowered relationship with all.
Working in different fields with patience, great vision, intuition,
Compassion, creativity, social connection and collaboration,
They have destroyed the myth with excellence
That men are more endowed with brilliance.


Pushmaotee Subrun, studied in Delhi University, worked in Zimbabwe and Mauritius, was later a member of the Council of the University of Mauritius and is currently an editor in the Ministry. She is the author of: ‘Ella’, ‘Who is Your Best Friend?’ and ‘Short Stories and Fables’. ‘Dreams to Reality’ and ‘A lyrical bouquet of Soulful Poems’ will be published soon. Her poems have featured in prestigious online magazines such as ‘Setu’,‘Atunis Galaxy Anthology 2020’, ‘OPA Anthology of Poetry’, ‘Best Poetry’, International Poetry Anthology of Amaravati Poetic Prism and in ‘Destiny Poets’, selected as Poet and critic of ICOP Awards 2019.

Best of Women Poetry -2020 :: Setu, March 2020

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