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Doris Snyder

(Lakeside, California)

ONE + ONE = ONE


Since our Father Created one man with certain attributes
And one woman with similar attributes,
And equally Favored them spiritually
To nourish one unit, a family,
The rights of both are proportioned equally.

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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  • Rookie mmmnjbni jhbkjnbkjlnio (7/27/2008 3:06:00 PM)

    You described the simplicity of human life...most people go to the extent trying to figure out in their poetry to find the perfect words to describe this. You just did and it was simple and straight to the point. This is one phenomenal poem. (Report) Reply

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