Mrs. Cynosure

(May 17 1987 / Junction City Oregon)

He’s Mine*

No one asked if you cared
So you can care or not care all you want
Cuase I’m enjoying being his pretty sweet thing

I’m not in line and I don’t have to wait
I’m the first priority and the one who brings in the bait

It’s kind of cute how you rhymed all
Of your jealous call

He doesn’t have to fool
No body but your childish ways

He may be the man with all the words in your lonely corn maze
But he is my man

A real woman, girl please, I am and always will be
Yes I may be young
but age is just a number
A real women is shown on what she gives to her family
Her education
And her LOVER
That is up to him to decide if she is worth enough

A real women is everything a man is not
That is why silly poets say women complete men

Heck if I’m not a real woman then
What is such a amazing man doing with me
Because he’s mine

Submitted: Tuesday, November 04, 2008
Edited: Tuesday, November 04, 2008

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  • Stacey Watts (11/10/2008 6:11:00 PM)

    You are so right to write this poem. In the grand scheme of things age does not matter when love is involved. I see you are very talented with your writing. Your strength is amazing. If the offer still stands to be friends I would love that. Brilliant piece 10.. (Report) Reply

  • Tyease Collins (11/8/2008 8:41:00 PM)

    Haha POWER TO WOMEN! ! ! Yes i feel this poem.
    That's how i feel about my bf haha. I love this poem like a lot.
    Im gonna add it to my faves ^_^

    Tyease (Report) Reply

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