Treasure Island

Francis Duggan


Without Women


Though to their own faults they can often be blind
Where would us males be without woman kind
They have nursed and raised males since human life began
It does take a woman to give birth to a man.

Some World renowned religions women oppress
The laws of gender equality they do transgress
Religions controlled by egotistical males whom respect from women demand
Their wives from them must obey their every command.

The praises of such males one never should sing
They only use religion as a power thing
To their higher selves they can never be true
Why pay them respect when it is not their due.

For the women of the past and the women of today
Lets hear it for all women a loud hip hooray
The mothers the partners the devoted wives
Us males would be lost without them in our lives.

Submitted: Saturday, January 10, 2009

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