Naya Savera (Gennext)

They came
they fought ,
they trashed all doubts
they conquered !
they now rule our hearts
they govern our lives ,
they are loving
they are caring ,
they are gentle
on our gullible minds ,
they are strong
sometimes stubborn ,
yet malleable when
emotions flutter ,
soft and tender
roots ; long and slender ,
shadows long and short
skies clear or dark ,
nothing matters
they are gritty and fierce ,
they dart and win
take charge and spin
the wheel of glory ,
to churn out
bedazzled
success stories ,
they are our tomorrow
they are the dawn
they are our future
when we are gone,…….
©Dr. Swati A Gadgil , All Rights Reserved.

The above poem describes the next generation , that is today’s youth who are often targeted in criticism by the conservative orthodox or those who do not approve of their way of life……

‘Naya’ means New and ‘Savera’ means Dawn in Hindi which is the National Language of India and here the next generation is fondly referred as Nya Savera!

 

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About Dr Swati A Gadgil

Anaesthesiologist , practising since last 30 yrs in Mumbai and medico legal advisor. Counsellor for Children at Puberty , Parenting , Stress Management , Motivation and Peace MBBS DA LLM Postgraduate in Human Rights Postgraduate in Hospital management Founder President of NGO, Dombivli Women's Welfare Society and it's youth wing NayaSavera Published three books of poetry Columnist and writes on various topics like Stress Management Appointed by Times of India as Consultant for their NIE Newspaper In Education Program Recognised by Medical associations and Rotary Speaker and panelists on Tele media, print media and National and International conferences Taekwondo Red Belt

6 thoughts on “Naya Savera (Gennext)

  1. Louis Kasatkin

    A commendably bright and breezy work which raises the question as to who ” They” might refer to.

    Editorial Note:-
    A footnote giving the general reader some context as to what the title relates to might prove beneficial.

    Reply
    1. Swati A Gadgil Post author

      Thank you dear Louis . I have taken cognizance of your suggestion and done the needful. Thank you.

      Reply

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