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veeraiyah subbulakshmi

Is It The Hormone Of God?

women of portions, pleasant and attractive,
women of notion, free and enterprising,
women of vision, counting and galloping,
women of illusion, courting, and suffering.
women of innocence, birthing and lactating,
women of emotions, loving and longing,
women of pride, working and worrying,
women of gays, polluting and mutating.

Female are the reasons for the birth of gays,
as they dispose the hormones in the water ways.
Female are the reasons, for the men to be mutated,
for spiking the air and the land to be adulterated.

When you look at a man with a swinging hip,
when you hear a man with softened voice,
when you see a man with shiny cheeks,
when you glance a man with a tight pants,
Stop blaming them as if they are oriented,
blame these women who spiked them with female hormones,
even before they were born, during their growth,
blame these governments that want the profits,
playing with hormones in every useful female species.

Submitted: Saturday, April 21, 2012
Edited: Saturday, April 21, 2012

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

I have written this poem only for the people who are born without a definite sex organ to identify them as a female or a male. At the same time I do not agree with homosexuality based on the orientation and convenience, if people are biologically confirmed male and female with functioning reproductive system.

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