We the dolls of Pakistan;
Are born, but not welcome;
Are brought up; not pampered;
Are taught and trained; not educated;
Are made to serve and controlled often.
We the girls of Pakistan,
Learn to follow the rules quietly,
Beliefs that no more serve recently,
About honor, respect, and dignity,
About fate, responsibility, and duty.
We the women of Pakistan,
Fear of safety and security,
Even in our play lands,
Even in our homeland,
As if we’re in someone’s custody!
We the mothers of Pakistan,
Dream, dream, and dream,
Are not allowed to scream,
Though bear another life in between,
Being neither a princess nor a queen.
No worry, we ‘re the future of Pakistan,
No worry, for the flowers blossom,
After every traumatic autumn,
No worry, for the stars and moon,
Remain intact till the sun resumes.