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Poems About: WOMAN

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  • 121.
    Five Kinds Of Woman

    Woman before puberty,
    Woman after menopause,
    Woman being ascetic,
    Woman sticking to glamour read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 122.
    Woman

    Woman...thou art strong
    If only this we could all see
    A better place our world would be read more »

    Martino Fortuin
  • 123.
    Being A Man

    If being a man requires
    Hitting and cheating a woman
    I choose to be
    A woman read more »

    Herofil Olarte
  • 124.
    Gender ego

    A woman doesn’t admit that the other
    woman is beautiful.
    A man doesn’t admit that the other
    man is handsome. read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 125.
    A Women

    I wonder if there was a women
    A women who i could really care for
    A women that would be down to ride
    If there was a women like this she'll be my night sky read more »

    shawn williams
  • 126.
    Real Women Make the World Go Round

    Disrespecting this woman
    Envious idiots
    Honking their horns
    While she drives them insane read more »

    Mohammad Nashir
  • 127.
    Homosexual woman

    Homosexual woman
    Never takes the train
    Homosexual woman
    I can’t get down her lane read more »

    chris dawson
  • 128.
    Substance Of Women

    Who burns more than that of sun who can scorches?
    Women, yes women can impute more chars and patches read more »

    BONGOKOBIDA ZAKARIA
  • 129.
    the four women of your life brother

    brother it is important to have

    1) a woman who is intelligent
    who can correct your spelling read more »

    RIC S. BASTASA
  • 130.
    A make-believe

    Women think less about men
    Than men can imagine.
    Women think less about men
    Than men think about them. read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 131.
    Just Like Yesterday

    Seems just like yesterday
    The cry of a woman,
    A beautiful African woman
    Was heard, bound by labour, read more »

    uchenna nnodum
  • 132.
    The Words That Their Poets Came

    Words that burn infinitely burn for women:
    Lochs of women, virgins breathing and snorkeling both
    Above and beneath the sea:
    Women of green and amber eyes, like the resins of super holy read more »

    Robert Rorabeck
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