Sindhi Woman (Poem) with explaination

This poem is written by  famous poet Jon stallworthy

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Sindhi Woman (Poem )

Bare foot, through the bazaar,
And with the same undulant grace ,
As the cloth blown back from her face,
 She glides with a stone jar,
High on her head
 And not a ripple in her tread.
 Watching her cross erect ,
Stones, garbage, excrement and crumbs,
 Of glass in the Karachi slums,
 I, with my stoop, reflect,
They stand most straight ,
Who learn to walk beneath a weight.

Explaination of poem (Sindhi Woman)

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