The Stare

By Roopa Rani Bussa

Contributory Author for Spark Igniting Minds


A girl or woman,

Faces the stares often,

In the public places

Quite an Embarrassment!


Freedom is no where,

For the female gender,

There are no barriers,

For those constant stares!


Place doesn’t matter,

Temple or carnival,

Just the mean eyes,

Continue to stare!


Beautiful or ugly,

Some doesn’t care,

The Target is “She”,

For those awful stares!


Starers in the society,

Learn this simple thing,

Admire her respectfully,

Than to stare awkwardly!


(Featured Image by Михаил Прокопенко from Pixabay)

Cat'S Eyes Cat Black - Free photo on Pixabay


About the Author

Ms. Roopa Rani Bussa

Roopa Rani Bussa is a homemaker living in California and is a nature lover, the beholder of positive power, a believer of social services, a Passionate teacher, and a well organized passionate writer.

The journey of writing began a few years ago and she considers it an honor to carry forward the legacy of her father. She writes quotes and poetry in Telugu, Kannada, Hindi English, and Urdu.


Visit her at

https://www.rooparanibussa.com