To my dear society,
What if the fell in love with a person with a disability?
This is just a observation,
Maybe I did the same,
Once upon a time,
Who is in Love,
With the person with a disability,
I was at fault,
But now I understand,
How wrong was it,
We often do the same,
To someone who’s the better half of a differently-abled person
We don’t realize that
It’s their Right
To have a regular relationship
To have fights,
To get the time
To understand each other.
We don’t realize
That we are wrong on our part.
Why should we do that?
Everyone has some broken pieces
That can’t be glued.
Yes, we can see an overt disability
But do we know
What’s going on inside?
All we are looking to the abled-person to help a disabled person?
It’s a ‘sacrifice’ in the eyes of the society.
The abled-person becomes a Hero
In the eyes of the society.
But it can also go the other way.
The abled-person is often seen as a ‘victim’.
But all these are stereotypes
That society has made
The abled-person has to listen to
“Didn’t you find a better match?”
“There are a lot of girls in our society.
If they still find way to each other,
That’s what Love is.
A woman breaking stereotypes,
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