Finally she got her dream job,
And she felt like she was different from the mob.
She was smart,
And it was a great start.
She was progressing
While everybody else was regressing
People thought it only takes makeup.
And she told them to just grow up.
They thought she had it easy
While she thought they were too sleazy.
They believed that it's just her flawless skin that matters
But who cares that it's actually her brain that flatters.
People did not encourage
But no body could stop her courage.
Yes they realized it was not her beauty
But her sincere duty.
Not just being fair and lovely
But being smart and lively.
Not her Elegance
But her excellence
Yes finally they could see
That it was not everyone's cup of tea.
That's how she won the position she wished for
Through the potential that she unleashed.
This poem was submitted by Harika Chinta.