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yihuai ying


Woman and Pride


Woman roar
Woman show
Woman dance
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  • Caroline Czajkowski (10/1/2007 12:36:00 PM)

    Learn how to spell rhyme, please, and maybe he wasn't trying to rhyme? All poems do NOT have to rhyme, you express your thoughts your feelings, you don't express rhymes, they are just used to remember the poem or song more easily, that's why we can remember more then half the rhyming songs taught to us. Don't critisize when you don't even know what the person has been trying to do. My opinion I think it's a pretty good poem, and it's pretty true too, us women do have too much pride and we show we dance we fight we cry we win, everything this person has put in this poem is true, very well done indeed I like it, hope you do more great poems =) . (Report) Reply

  • Tshilidzi Modike (2/13/2007 7:39:00 AM)

    The poem does not rhym whatsoever i think the person should try to write with a bit of rhym the next time, but i feel that the person has got more room to grow. (Report) Reply

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