nadia abduljabbar

(25/5/1957 / Makkah)

Independence


I am an independent
Woman and I like
Independence
For everybody else,
I like it for women
As well as men.

I hate it when I
See men humiliated by
Women;
By
The feeling of guilt;
I hate it
When they are told
They are bad
While they are really
Good,
Some women do that
So that they can take
More or for other complex
Problem.

I hate to see women use
And abuse men
Without even saying
Thank you.

Men are the main
Pillar of the family,
Whether we accept
Or deny this fact,
And they should
Be respected,
If they deserve so.

Women do not have
The right to harm men
Just because they are
Brought up to think
They have broken wings.

Jeddah,
8 April,2013

Submitted: Monday, April 08, 2013
Edited: Sunday, March 02, 2014

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