In this page, poems on / about “women” are listed.

  • 265.

    Did you ever imagine what is was like to be a woman?
    What do you know about the pain of being a mother?
    Waking up everyday trying to make her child's life better
    It's a woman that looked after you read more »

  • 266.
    All For The Woodman

    The muse of life,
    From woman to woman!
    And, all for the woodman;
    But, when will i feel like a woman again? read more »

  • 267.

    I want to be remembered as…
    The women that could brighten everybody's day
    When she can't even brighten hers read more »

  • 268.
    The Women Of My Past

    I remember the women of my past
    How to them, I was just a plaything
    Relationships that would never last
    After they took all I had to bring read more »

  • 269.


    No days have passed I didn’t find
    A woman I desired. read more »

  • 270.
    A Strong Woman vs. A Woman Of Strength

    A strong woman works out every day,
    Pride in her appearance she portrays,
    But a woman of strength kneels to pray,
    Her soul in shape, God leading the way. read more »

  • 271.
    I Love Sensual Women

    I love sensual women and not passionate ones. A passionate woman closes her eyes, moans and shouts and the enjoyment of a passionate woman is blind.

    A passionate woman writhes about, grabs you with her hands without looking where, clasps you, kisses you, even bites you and hurries to reach her climax as soon as she can. She has no time to display her sexual organs, no time to examine, touch with the hand and kiss your sexual organs, she is in such a hurry to slake her passion. Having slaked her passion, the passionate woman will fall asleep. The sexual organs of a passionate woman are dry. A passionate woman is always in some way or another mannish. read more »

  • 272.
    Hats Off to the Woman, Who…

    Hats off to the woman, who bears children
    With labor-pains, completing family;
    Hats off to the woman, who rears the young,
    Making her babies suckle at her breasts; read more »

  • 273.
    Did You Really Rape A Woman?

    Dark rewrite of Byran Adam's hit song, Have You Ever Loved A Woman?

    Tell me, baby
    Just what did you do to that woman read more »

  • 274.
    Let us think anew on this Republic Day - 2013

    Let us think anew in this Republic Day - 2013
    This day in 1950 India became a Republic
    But this 64th Republic Day forces me to think
    Something special and new, especially for Indian women read more »

  • 275.
    like a woman

    Like a girl my baby aches
    and like a woman she
    tells all the world she never breaks,
    but can’t break free of me. read more »

  • 276.
    western paper

    Women throughout history have been generally looked upon as being the weaker sex, and to be the lesser of the two. The Old Testament and the New Testament gives two different views on how women were viewed in each of their times. Throughout these two, changes to christianity occured, and that is the justification behind the differences.

    The Old Testament of the bible gives a description of how women were viewed during that time. It depicts what would now be considered obsurd practices of treating women. For example, women that were not married were not allowed to leave their fathers house, women were viewed mainly for child bearing, and that they were not allowed to appear in public venues. Specific references in the book of Genesis show that women were objectified and often used as sexual objects. After doing some research, the book of Exodus reveals that women were considered property of her father untill she became married, where then, ownership would transfer and she would become property of her new husband. Women were treated unjustly and unfairly during this time, and were regarded as being 'dirty' for being a woman. read more »

New Women Poems

  1. I Live For Thee, Pradip Chattopadhyay
  2. Limericks: The History of Sixteen Wonder.., Anonymous British
  3. Women of overflowing virtue, Ajala Samuel Akindele
  4. Woman-life savor, gajanan mishra
  5. Men and Women, qin xing
  6. Woman wants no equality, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  7. In New York The Women Are Dreaming, Richard Cole
  9. The Difference, Duku Akwasi Odwaa Boffour
  10. A woman's world, Matt Ancient
  11. When Women Hurt, Shirley Morgan
  12. A Beautiful Word, Seinu Abdulgafar
  13. Fast Speaking Woman [Excerpt], Anne Waldman
  14. Pretty Woman, Dorsey Baker
  15. Woman Pope, Gedion Onyango
  16. All For The Woodman, Edward Kofi Louis
  17. Women's Day, suja nair
  18. A Woman, Amitava Sur
  19. Sex, Randy McClave
  20. A Woman World Of Family, NANDINI PATEL
  21. Night Stuff, Carl Sandburg
  22. Times in her wings, Pradip Chattopadhyay
  23. Cadenza, Carl Sandburg
  24. Five Kinds Of Woman, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  25. Women in men's life, Thabang kgwatalala
  27. Teach Woman First, gajanan mishra
  28. Woman - Flowing Water, gajanan mishra
  29. Must Woman Alienate Man?, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  30. women's spectrums..., Tapashya Das
  31. Women and politicians, gajanan mishra
  32. Elimination Of Violence Against Women, Somanathan Iyer
  33. Real Women Make the World Go Round, Moses Samandar
  34. Godly Woman, andile andy
  35. That Woman, Veronica Litvin
  36. Poem: Strong Women, Elaine Ginorio
  37. Woman, Neera Lollbeeharry
  38. Don't Be Envious, gajanan mishra
  39. Police woman - Eraserheads, opium lestre
  40. WOMAN, Hibo Abdirahman
  42. My Lady, Nizar Qabbani
  43. Adam & Eve, Nassy Fesharaki
  44. My Mother, Erika Heslop Martin
  45. Woman Have Heavy Load, Erika Heslop Martin
  46. The Woman In My Dreams, Joshua Shumate
  47. Flower Shop, kara towe
  48. WOMAN, Noluyolo Mapuma
  51. I Met A Woman, Emeyazia Iwe Chukwudi
  52. Boomerang, gajanan mishra
  53. Chain of life, gajanan mishra
  54. Women are really, gajanan mishra
  55. I Love a Woman, Solomon Kobela
  56. Wrestling Of Wills, nadia abduljabbar
  57. THERE IS.................... ????, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  58. It is woman who heard flute, gajanan mishra
  59. Woman Of Strength, sharon simani
  60. If I were a woman, Niki Nicholas Nkuna
  61. Trust A Woman, gajanan mishra
  62. Is She His Property?, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  63. The Shadow Of The Shadow The Shade, Miroslava Odalovic
  64. I'm Just A Woman, Valerie Dohren
  65. Me And Women, Precious Okidika
  66. Without woman, gajanan mishra
  67. Why I Greet A Woman, gajanan mishra
  68. Watch and learn, gajanan mishra
  69. Give respect, gajanan mishra
  70. Women's day, gajanan mishra
  71. A Late March Night - (For Cheryl), Barry Blander
  72. Divorce - A Very Brief Quote, JJ Evendon
  73. Let us think anew on this Republic Day -.., Bashyam Narayanan
  74. A Sad Affair In India, oskar hansen
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