MaddiiAnne O'Leary

Rookie (18th July 1995 / Crescent Head)

Female Analogy - Poem by MaddiiAnne O'Leary

I am sorry if the people who read this are religious but this is just my point of view.

Male and Female are two parts of a species.
But both chose different weapons and brain functions in the beginning.
Females asked for Creation, Logic and Beauty.
Males asked for Strategy, Destruction and Warfare.
Males also have one less rib and no breasts, but what are they complaining about those just fell a little bit lower then a female's.
Females give life to beings, not the males, but it should be the responsibility of both.
But the males usually say no and leave the woman helpless.
Males fight with Steel and Iron.
But when a woman is involved that is when a fight becomes really nasty.
Woman use their brain cells to their advantage, but what do the men use?
That is the question I would like answered.
And why does God have to be male?
God created the world didn't 'he'?
I believe god is female because men usually destroy things but women create life thats the way it has been from the start.


Comments about Female Analogy by MaddiiAnne O'Leary

  • Rookie Sherri Coulter (6/22/2010 9:47:00 PM)

    Dear Maddison, Never be sorry for thinking -ever!
    I like your analogy, agree with Samantha,
    and think, perceive so much more.
    A very worthy 10. (Report) Reply

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  • Rookie Samantha Samis (6/16/2010 8:11:00 PM)

    That is a very interesting perspective, but Why does God have to be just one? Maybe we represent the two sides of God, strength and sensitivity, creation and destruction, because all things must come to an end. I don't think any of us will receive the answer to our questions until the day we die unfortunately, but again fascinating theory. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Kasie Chavez (6/16/2010 8:04:00 PM)

    I agree wit yuu all the way, this is a good poem about the diferences between men and women. IT'S ABOUT TIME US WOMEN STOOD OUT! ! ! ! ! 1 (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Poem Edited: Sunday, July 25, 2010


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