Q: Write a Note On Sindhi Woman. Also Give the Critical Study Of the Poem.
The poet saw a Sindhi woman passing through the slums of the Karachi. There was filth all around. She went bare-footed bur she had covered her face with a veil. She carried ajar of water on her head. But her gait was as graceful as a wave of water. Her back was straight. The poet was impressed by her physical strength and the strength of her character. The ugliness and poverty of the slums failed to mar the woman’s beauty. One glimpse of the woman has taught the poet a lesson of hard work.
The poem describes a personality. As such, it is called prosopographic. The woman is surrounded by the filth of the slums but the poet’s keen eye can single her out as a model of inner as well as outer beauty. Hard work has made a woman stronger than man. Man can learn a lesson of hard work from a woman. The specimens of alliteration and consonance enhance the music of the poem.
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