Poems About: WOMEN
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265.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 »Ramona Thompson
266.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 »Bashyam Narayanan
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 »Zach Hupp
268.WOMEM OF THE LIFEAldo Kraas
269.Real life only happens in movies
Men becoming dogs
when confronted with women
Women playing games read more »Marc Hurkmans
270.Woman and wine
Woman read more »Udaya R. Tennakoon
271.Divorce - A Very Brief QuoteJJ Evendon
272.Sonnets to my love
I. My woman among a world of women
My woman among a world of women, read more »Gert Strydom
273.man and woman: a history
a man is frothing history
a woman is the coalescing undying past; read more »Raj Arumugam
274.WHO AM I
I am a woman that is black and beautiful inside and out, filled with joy and pride.
I am a woman as graceful as a butterfly, as woman should be seen and not heard. read more »Shayla Parks
Praise them! Praise Women!
I read his words, then I cried, O these lies
How can a woman’s love lie only between her thighs? read more »Sylvia Chidi
276.Who is a wife?
Who is a wife?
Who can be a virtuous wife?
Who is a wife?
Who can stand the strife read more »J.Lakie Kollie,Jr.