Tim Caffery

Freshman - 671 Points (02/09/1978 / San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, CA)

Without The Womb Of A Woman - Poem by Tim Caffery

History is full of self made men and all they did
All their deeds, wives and kids
The wars they waged over the earth
Riches and kingdoms that defined their worth
The gods and faiths they served and taught
Righteous battles 'gainst evil they faught
Without the womb of a woman it'd never be
There'd be no gods, faiths or family
No Moses, Jesus, Mohammed or Buddha
No Torah, Qur'an, Bible or Sutras
There'd never have been a race, class or state
None would know love or the chance to hate
Without the womb of a woman reality fades to nothing
So why do we treat them so disgusting
Who would denounce a twisted faith
That teaches out women of it being made
Who could face an evil god that slanders their soul
Lies like the devil and says their not whole
Without the womb of a woman religion is dead
Same with nations, science and all man's said
Without the womb woman we couldn't fight
For justice, equality and the value of life
Without the womb of a woman the'd be no truth
The lives we're living are living proof.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 1, 2010

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